Trees in Trelissick Gardens, Cornwall
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Trees in Trelissick Gardens, Cornwall

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Trees in Trelissick Garden, a National Trust property, near Feock, in Cornwall, UK. A beautiful, tranquil location throughout the year, the garden comes to life in the spring, when the magnolias, camellias, azaleas, rhododendrons and other spring flowers are in bloom. This photograph was taken in late September (autumn).

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