The Lost Gardens of Heligan (England)
The Lost Gardens of Heligan is a very beautiful botanical garden located in Mevagissey, this garden is one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in the England.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan established by the Tremayne family ranging from the mid 18th century until the early 20th century. The beautiful Lost Gardens of Heligan is the result of efforts of four generations of Tremayne family, namely Henry Hawkins Tremayne, John Hearle Tremayne, John Tremayne, and John ‘Jack’ Claude Lewis Tremayne.
Before the outbreak of World War I, Tremayne family employs 22 gardeners. Many of the faithful gardener is going to war, and after the war their number is reduced so that the garden began unkempt and abandoned. The garden began to be forgotten until it was rediscovered in the 1990s, that’s why this garden called The Lost Garden of Heligan.
This Lost Gardens of Heligan looks beautiful but also scary because of many buried giant statues that adorn the garden. The Statues are made of mound that shaped like a human body, then the surface planted with plants to form green hair and body. When the entire surface of the ground covered with grass and moss, it will be a statue of a beautiful green plants.
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