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As if there needed to be a hidden quiet corner of Scilly, but there is.
A reasonable walk from Hughtown, this lovely little oasis is a community that's worth visiting.
The trick is to remember it's a community garden for Islanders and not to gallumph...More
We stopped to explore this hidden garden as it is very near our accommodation. Lots of large exotic palms and other nice specimens. We particularly liked a spruce tree that was in the centre of the garden, but no label to help us identify it....More
We always spend a fair amount of our two week holiday in these lovely gardens, primarily as the birds are so tame!
Each year we visit, I make a point of completely emptying the large shell bird bath, giving it a good clean and then...More
This garden was created by a local person in an old quarry. It is maintained by wholly by volunteers. Entry is free. The variety of sub tropical and other plants is more than equal to many top class gardens. There are chairs and tables in...More
We visited the cafe nearby and then found this garden, a really lovely quiet garden that probably changes throughout the seasons. Take some bread to feed the birds they are really tame as well as hungry.
If you pause here then you should read the notices and instructions. A lovely idea and well supported. It is full of birds/bird song and exotic flowers that attract butterflies and day flying moths. We love it!