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A stunning coastal cliffside garden, Headland Garden at the village of Polruan overlooks the English Channel and offers spectacular views over the Fowey estuary.
The beautiful rock garden, which covers a 1 1/4 acre site, has been planted with species that can withstand the salty sea winds and provides plenty of seating. The lavish planting of sub-tropical species have thrived in the grounds. The shelter that has enabled the many many species to flourish has been provided by Monterery Pines. Whilst walls and arches add more aesthetic touches than protection, lower hedges of escallonia and euonymous also shelter exotics such as agaves, aloes, aeoniums and lampranthus.
A vegetable garden perches at the top of a precipitous cliff. The garden open in support of the RNLI charity.
A flight of 100 steps lead down to a secluded sandy cove where visitors can swim.