The Garden Has Bloomed For Easter

The Japanese Garden in Cornwall provides an authentic Japanese
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It has been a fantastic weekend here at the Japanese Garden in Cornwall. The sun has shone the entire weekend and we have been enjoying the warm temperatures. The garden has been doing the same with the flowers opening up in gratitude for the warmth and the sunlight.

Today I found the opportunity to visit the garden and take some photos and I was thrilled to see just how much colour there is on display now! The azaleas are now looking spectacular with so many varieties offering different colours and shapes. The white azalea bushes are now pickled with buds and open flowers and there are pinks, reds and orange blossoms to be found around the garden too. Across the pond a large purple azalea is now at its very best – totally stealing the show as you gaze across the water.

The japanese maples are also show stopping now with the spring colour still strong and everywhere you look now there are bright coloured leaves delicately decorating the landscape. Reds, greens, pinks and purples are the typical colours but even some orange tones and some variegated leaves too!

This weekend has been wonderful and we have seen so many familiar faces and oodles of new ones 😊 

The response we have had from visitors from the garden has been overwhelming and its been so lovely to hear just how much everyone has loved their visits.

Thank you to everyone who has made our Easter so wonderful

 

Please see the photos I shot this morning – pictured below –

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