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The origins of many gardens seems to be that once upon a time a property owner created a garden. That these gardens eventually became public gardens is a gift to those of us who love to visit gardens. Such is the background for the lovely Milner Garden outside of Qualicum Beach, BC.
The 70 acre property contains old growth Douglas firs and giant cedars. The woodland path to the gardens takes you through an extensive collection of rhododendrons.
The family home - now a tea house was styled after a Ceylonese tea plantation and a stop for lunch takes you back to an age of finery and elegance.
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Category:Scenic
Subcategory:Flowers
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Keywords:BC, Beach, Douglas, Milner, Qualicum, fir, garden, growth, old, rhododendrons