VIDEO: Trebah Gardens hosts the annual Daffy Down Dilly Day to welcome spring
The advent of spring was welcomed at Trebah Gardens at Mawnan Smith at the weekend at the annual Daffy Down Dilly Day.
The attraction hosted the annual event, with hundreds of visitors enjoying the daffodils, magnolias, camellias and rhododendrons.
Children from Mawnan School, led by head teacher Randall Brook, performed country dancing on the lawn.
This was followed by art and craft workshops, children's entertainment and music.
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Those living in Mawnan parish got a chance to enjoy the day for free.
The name Daffy Down Dilly comes from a 16th-century poem by Edmund Spenser.
Director Nigel Burnett said, "The Garden is bursting with spring colour, our Champion Magnolia is in full bloom as are many of the camellias and rhododendrons.
"This day is about inviting our neighbours into the garden before the main season and whilst the garden is in its full spring glory."