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30/05/03 Green team working on the Grand steps.  The windmill down by the biomes.

 

30/05/03 Eden view on a hot sunny Friday 2.45pm

 

23/05/03 Although dwarfed by the huge Biomes, an artistic windmill can be seen on the grass at the beginning of the WTB, this as part of the Eden theme this month.

 

23/05/03 'Earth, Air, Fire and Water' Eden's theme for May/June. The giant dragonfly in the main building continues the theme.

 

14/05/03 Here's Dave in charge of a new exhibit - a precision pop corn machine, watch it pop your corn and then enjoy the mouth-watering results.

 

14/05/03 Strawberries now on flower  and tobacco plants growing away in the WTB.

 

14/05/03 Zubb Zubb cafe and Jill's vegetable garden.  WTB entrance bell tower in the distance

 

14/05/03 Planting goes on almost unnoticed by the visitors all around.

 

14/05/03 Cabbage advice from the green team.    Iris giving foreground colour to the Biome.

 

14/05/03 Part of Myths and Folklaw.            Enjoying the shade of the Giant tea leaf.

 

14/05/03 View of the HTB from Myths and Folklaw.   The hobbits real home.

 

14/05/03 English Oak (left) 'Fagaceae  Quercus robur' Sacred to the Druids, Oak wards off evil.  If an acorn is planted when there is no moon, there will be money in the future. Catching a falling leaf wards off colds.  Wych Elm 'Ulmaeae' Ulmus glabra The tree of sleep. Elm signifies dignity, strength and power.

 

14/05/03 Eden view - last of the spring bulbs.  Folk law and Myths the home of the real hobbit.

 

14/05/03 Willow fencing sprouting nicely. Crowds of visitors can't wait to see Eden.

 

(left) Narrunjillia 'Solanum quitoense' Fruits make a juice rich in protein and minerals, also used in Jam making.  (right) The Calabash Tree 'Cerscentia cujete' Used for containers, young fruits make tasty pickles, a drink can be made from the cooked seeds and the leaves to treat tooth ache.

 

06/05/03 Strawberries in the WTB.                       A view in the HTB               

 

06/05/03 New lookout post - Warm Temperate Biome view

 

06/05/03 Drilling for oil? - no just testing where the new Gateway building may be built in Orange car park.  New summer flags go up to greet visitors.

 

27/04/03 Cornish wood carving demonstration and talk.      Today's mystery object?

 

27/04/03 Cotton spinning in the WTB and the Cornish wood carvers in the Partners Tent.

 

27/04/03 No sun today but the wide variety of blooms help brighten the day.

 

27/04/03 Walk the Ogee garnet line and it will open up your mind to new thoughts.

 

27/04/03 This fascinating structure is almost complete, and I love it. Cornish myths and folklaw, including the spooky tales are what Cornwall is all about for me.

 

27/04/03 Lynne on shop checkout duty.                Strawberries planted in the WTB

 

22/04/03 The African Rondavel HTB                                 The Arena                     

 

22/04/03 The bell tower and Iron gates - Grapes are growing again in the WTB

 

22/04/03 HTB and Jill's Garden

 

22/04/03 Arena afternoon performance of 'The Man Who Owned the Earth'

 

22/04/03 More on this story later - If you like Monty Python, you'll enjoy the play in the Arena.

 

22/04/03 Tulips to delight the crowds who visited Eden over Easter.

 

 

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