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Best Places to See Bluebells in Cornwall

In late April and early May it’s bluebell season in the UK, and there are some very special places to visit in Cornwall if you want to see them at their best.

The top places to see bluebells in Cornwall include gardens which incorporate a woodland setting. Outside of these more formal gardens, there are other areas open to the public, such as Tehidy Woods near Camborne, Cardinham Woods near Bodmin, along the River Fowey near Respryn or Idless Woods near Truro.

Here we list our favourite places in the Cornwall For Gardeners Directory which stand out in bluebell season, including those which put on special bluebell tours or events. Other places of note are Glendurgan near Helford and Trewidden near Penzance.

A festival dedicated to Enys Garden’s most famous species. This garden, near Penryn in Cornwall, also has New Zealand inspired planting and other woodland plants.

The bluebell festival is between May 5th and 13th 2018. Click here for more details on the Enys Event.

best places to see bluebells in cornwall for gardeners

The National Trust at Lanhydrock are offering a Bluebell Walk around the property on May 12th 2018. In addition to the other beautiful spring flowers, get your bluebell fix in mid-Cornwall.

Click here for details on this bluebell walk event.

Learn all about this native wildflower during the bluebell festival at Godolphin, near Penzance. Stroll through the tranquil woods to admire the carpet of blue. Visit the interactive information display or join a bluebell walk and talk to gain a deeper insight into this beautiful wildflower.

The festival is on from now until May 20th. More details on the Godolphin site here.

antony woodland garden

A classic location for woodland flowers such as bluebells, along the Lynher Estuary, close to Torpoint. At Antony Woodland Garden you’ll see carpets of bluebells and wild garlic.

Read more about Antony Woodland Garden here.

Article published 26th April 2018