Accompanied by sweeping aerial views of the meadow in bloom, landscape designer Darren Hawkes will introduce you to the 6,000-metre flourishing Wildflower Corridor and Perennial Meadow Garden creating a riot of colour along the gateway road into St Austell.  

Bordering the A391 and its roundabouts this project is the first of its kind in Cornwall having been initiated and led by the Austell Project in partnership with Cornwall Council and the National Wildflower Centre at the Eden Project.  

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