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A look inside Bodnant Garden's restored area

A section of a well-known Conwy Valley garden has opened to the public for the first time since it was created 140 years ago.

Bodnant Garden staff have spent five years restoring Far End as part of the 80 acre (32 hectare) site, known for its botanical collections.

Laid out by creator Henry Pochin from 1874, Far End was designed as a wild garden.

The National Trust-run garden stretches over 10 acres (four hectares).

BBC Radio Wales' Brendon Williams took a look around.

  • 29 Mar 2015
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