The Eden Project is an educational establishment, which emphasises the interdependence of plants and people and the value of sustainable living. Set in the heart of Cornwall, it is one of UK’s top gardens and environmental tourist attractions. The project is situated in a 60-metre crater, where two giant conservatories have been constructed in which to grow plants from different climactic regions.
The Eden Project is an unforgettable day out for the whole family. With two large conservatories in the world the Eden Project is a gateway into a fascinating global garden. The project also has a visitor and learning centre and cafe.
The Rainforest Biome:
The rainforest Biome is heated to at least 25C all year round and can reach temperature highs of 40C with 90% humidity. They exhibit many different plants and fruits that wouldn’t ordinarily grow in the UK, like bananas, papayas and cocoa. There is a lovely canopy walkway where you can see the majority of the Biome from above the trees and a man made structured waterfall is featured.
The Mediterranean Biome:
As you make your way through the Mediterranean Biome, the exhibitions makes you pass many exotic trees including lemon trees, olives trees, vines and perfumed herbs. It’s a full on colorful, sensory journey through the warm temperate regions of the world which includes the European, African and American continents.
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