National flowers and totem poles added to Britain’s first Korean-themed garden

The Korea National Arboretum has donated a pair of totem poles to be used in Britain’s first Korean-themed garden at the Eden Project, Cornwall.

by Dan Symonds
HyeYoung Jin (centre left) and Julie Kendall (far right) with members of the Eden horticulture team - image: Eden Project
HyeYoung Jin (centre left) and Julie Kendall (far right) with members of the Eden horticulture team - image: Eden Project

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