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07/07/01 Fields of sunflowers and avenues of plants with flowers, Eden is blooming in July.

 

07/07/01 Exotic flowers in bloom.  

 

07/07/01 Some of the unusual sights to see in the HTB at the moment. Bright yellow fungi.

 

07/07/01 Fruit & Vegetables  in the Malaysian garden HTB 

 

07/07/01 HTB at 4.15 pm. just me and the plants in the biome.

 

27/06/01 The sun shines and Eden grows, blackcurrants some of the first fruits from Eden.

 

27/06/01 Learn some Cornish words and songs, and join in if you want on Wednesdays 5.00pm to 7pm from 27th June to 15th August in the WTB with Will Coleman (pictured) 

Neal Kennedy, Hilary Coleman, Karen Brown and others.  

 

27/06/01 Exotic blooms high up in the Eden jungle.  Serous grass planting next the the WTB 

This will be the site of the education resource centre, planners gave the go ahead to this week.

 

27/06/01 Coffee beans growing.                  Jaboticaba (Myrciaria cauliflora)

 

27/06/01 Eden's sunflower field.  First crops from the Malaysia home garden in the HTB

 

22/06/01 Architecture week, Eden Project has been awarded the accolade, for the most significant new building in the South West.  It now goes forward for the much-coveted Stirling Prize for the most significant new British building.

 

22/06/01 HTB 11.45am This morning it was pleasantly warm and not that busy. 

 

22/06/01 Story telling is a real experience at Eden, the magic seed is brought to life in an unforgettable way, in the Myth and Folklore grass circle.

 

20/06/01 Work on the higher slopes near Wild Cornwall. View from a passing land train.

 

20/06/01 Morocco Red restaurant gets ready for an evening function. Eden Ale barrels!

 

20/06/01 Peace lilies look at home near the river rapids. Quinine plant to be found in the HTB 

 

20/06/01 Cool room at the top of the HTB. Iboga one of the more unusual  plants in the HTB

 

20/06/01 Two views from the higher level in the HTB   (Humid Tropics Biome)  37c

 

18/06/01 Eden welcomed it's 1,000,000th visitor today!  One of the Eden Team in a buggy.

  

18/06/01 First ripe tomatoes in WTB  Cotton plants have just started to grow in the WTB 

 

18/06/01 Bananas growing even bigger.  Exotic flowers in the mist, high up in the HTB

 

18/06/01  Eden guide telling the story of rubber in HTB.  Coffee plants are a healthy green.
 

 

18/06/01 Exotic plants flowering.              Small teething troubles for Cornucopia

 

18/06/01 The plants and flowers are encroaching on the river falls, and looking good in HTB

 

18/06/01 Plants growing fast along the entrance steps. One of Eden's guides in the HTB.

 

18/06/01 Construction of seating around the lake. A view of Eden from the exit path.

 

14/06/01 Nature and Artifice get together every now and then with their horns of plenty.

You'll find them in the Humid Biome, stay around and watch their display.

Cornucopia was jointly designed and built by Paul Spooner and Will Jackson.

 

14/06/01 Now there's a cheeky tiger and a cat, who will turn a head or two - Cornucopia

 

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