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Rhododendron & Camellia Celebration

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Heligan
St Austell
Cornwall
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Our award-winning display about out National Collection of ‘Camellias and rhododendrons introduced to Heligan pre-1920’ will be erected undercover on Flora’s Green for garden visitors to enjoy throughout the week. Discover the fascinating stories behind Heligan’s amazing collection of historic rhododendrons and camellias as they bloom majestically across the gardens and estate.

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