In The Garden This Week

The Japanese Garden in Cornwall provides an authentic Japanese
garden design in an idyllic Cornish setting. Built as a meditative garden it is the perfect space where one can calm the mind & let go of unwanted stress through contemplation & reflection.

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The September light has arrived! There is something beautiful and peaceful about the sunlight in this wonderful month.
As the day progresses, and we near the golden hour of sunset; the garden is transformed into a glowing,autumnal haven. I find myself drawn to the later part of the day to photograph this place at this time of year.
As more and more leaves are now falling from the trees, the feeling of change is in the air and it has a very therapeutic effect on me as i wonder around the winding pathways.
Although many of the leaves have been swept from the floor; there are always more falling down to replace them; giving the garden a different vibe than in the spring and summer. Somehow it is more natural in autumn as the maintenance can never compete with mother nature and her leaf dropping!
This year has been the first for myself (Natalie) and my partner Stuart taking the reigns and looking after the garden and it has been a great challenge!
We hope you enjoy visiting over the next 6 weeks to see the amazing colour change that will happen in the garden.
Remember that we close for the season on the 31st October and will re-open to the public on the 1st of March!
Cant quite believe we are already half way through September!

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