The garden, in a valley near the Brittany coast, was the subject of a book by its owner-designer: Peter Wolkonsky, Kerdalo: Un Jardin d'Exception (Paris, 1995). He began to create the garden in 1965. During the last years of his life, it became somewhat neglected, but, since his death in 1997, his daughter Isabelle has restored the garden. She trained as a horticulturalist at RHS Garden Wisley. There are fine collections of rhododendrons, camellias and magnolias.
22220, Tredarzec, France
about 5 years by be-am 5 / 5Incroyable!!! An absolutely carefully designed and kept garden in a protected valley next to Jaudy river. It feels as if you just had to press the button of your camera wherever you happen to look in this garden - and it will be a perfect photo! On of the top gardens in France. Walk around and let yourself be amazed...!
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