The Portmeirion Gwyllt Tour In Pictures - Tim Richmond Photography
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The Ghost Garden

I've heard varying reasons why the Ghost garden is so named, including that the plants in that area tend to "swish" in the breeze, creating a ghostly sound. The official reason is that Clough named it to commemorate the garden of an old cottage in that area. I think I prefer the "swishing" plants theory myself.

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