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Greencombe Gardens

Greencombe Gardens

Crafted since 1966 by the late Joan Loraine, the organic Greencombe Gardens is well worth experiencing. The woodland garden overlooks the Bristol Channel and its features include dogwood, rhododendrons, and oak and sweet chestnut trees. Greencombe is also home to four national plant collections: Erythronium (small mountain lilies); Polystichum (the thumbs-up fern); Vaccinium (Wortleberries); and Gaultheria (Berries for Bears).

Greencombe Gardens, Porlock, Minehead, UK


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