Cornwall's Living Landscape

The mythology, history and environmental aspects of Cornwall’s rich landscape embracing the inspiring stories of the many locally led initiatives.

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An edible forest garden on reclaimed sand dunes at Phillack

Cornwall brings both challenges and opportunities when creating a garden.  As a result some of the UK’s most inspiring and adventurous gardens can be found here, often in the most unlikely situations such as on the cliffs at the Minnack Theatre at Porthcurno and on St Michael’s Mount off Marazion.

View of the forest garden in 2010

FG Hayle after

But most surprisingly of all perhaps is to find an edible forest garden planted on reclaimed sand dunes. Continue reading



Up beyond Black Rock

Hangman's Barrow

This is an ancient land. Hangman’s Barrow, a slumbering giant resides behind the farm. Earth energy lines satellite out towards Carn Brea, Carmenellis and Crowan Beacon.

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