All Gardens in ‘National Trust Gardens in Cornwall’

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  • Antony

    Opening Details: Apr 2nd - Oct 31st. Open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, plus Sundays in June, July and August, and Bank Holiday Mondays.
    Feature plant(s):

    rhododendron, azalea, magnolia, camellia, day lily, topiary

    Inspiration for:

    topiary

    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 10.50

    Breathe in the sweeping views as you explore the landscape garden, which includes a formal garden with topiary, modern sculptures and the National Collection of Day Lilies. The Repton inspired landscape at Antony, with its sweeping river views and unexpected nooks and crannies, is a joy to visit from spring Read more [...]

  • Cotehele

    Opening Details: All year
    Feature plant(s):

    apple, cherry, rhododendron, palm, cut flowers

    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 12.20

    Cotehele consists of the House with its formal Upper and Terrace gardens and its orchards and the less formal Valley garden with its dovecot and stew pond. The Valley garden leads down to Cotehele Quay and on to Cotehele Mill with its working water wheel. The Barn Restaurant is situated Read more [...]

  • Glendurgan

    Opening Details: 16th Feb - 3rd Nov
    Feature plant(s):

    magnolia, camellia, rhododendron, tree fern, primroses, bluebells, gunnera, bamboo

    Inspiration for:

    Wildflower planting, exotic trees and ferns.

    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 11.20

    Beautiful valley setting, with winding paths which take you down to a beach on the Helford River and the village of Durgan. Tropical ferns alongside magnolias, camellias and rhododendron. Banks of wildflowers. A maze!   Photos by permission of the National Trust.

  • Godolphin House

    Opening Details: All Year
    Feature plant(s):

    bluebell

    Inspiration for:

    Traditional seasonal planting schemes, bluebell establishment

    Dogs (on leads): Yes
    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 8.10

    Historic estate in the heart of the county. With woodland walks and ornamental gardens, set out in Elizabethan times, closer to the house. Wide open places where you can relax, enjoy a picnic or walk your dog. Visit in late April/Early May to enjoy the spectacular carpets of scented bluebells. Read more [...]

  • Lanhydrock

    Opening Details: Feb - Dec
    Feature plant(s):

    magnolia, rose, rhododendron, hydrangea, azalea, yew

    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 4.30

    Magnificent late Victorian country house with garden and wooded estate. Option to visit the gardens and grounds separately if you wish. There are beautiful herbaceous borders, a fabulous formal parterre and colourful higher gardens filled with camellias, magnolias and rhododendrons. Free garden  tours available. Most weekdays. Call in advance to Read more [...]

  • St. Michael’s Mount Garden

    Opening Details: Varies! See details in main description.
    Feature plant(s):

    puya, agave, aloe, ginger lillies, aeonium, leucodendrum, agapanthus, rosemary, lavender, coronilla, pelargonium, gazania, lithodora, pericallis, parahebe, tulbaghia, cineraria, artemisia, pennisetum, ajuga, tradescantia, fuchsia, erythrina, echium, fascicularia, kniphofia, strelitzia reginae,

    Inspiration for:

    subtropical, coastal planting

    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 8.00

    For the past six decades, this magnificent landmark and home has been managed by both the National Trust and the St. Aubyn family. The steeply terraced gardens which ring the foundations of the castle, feature the best of subtropical, coastal planting, for which Cornwall is so well known. You can Read more [...]

  • Trelissick

    Opening Details: All Year
    Feature plant(s):

    magnolia, camelia, rhododendron, hydrangea, beech, chestnut, acer, tree fern, red cedar, bamboo

    Inspiration for:

    Tender and exotic plants.

    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 11.60

    Wide open lawns plus woodland pathways running in parallel to the banks of the River Fal. Lovely walks and lookouts through the tree canopies. Interesting art gallery in the grounds. The faded splendour of the main house (currently only partly furnished or decorated) is quite evocative of another era. Easy to Read more [...]

  • Trengwainton

    Opening Details: 11th Feb - 25th Oct (Shut Fri & Sat). 10:30 - 17:00
    Feature plant(s):

    camelia, magnolia, rhododendron, acer, fruit, vegetables, ginkgo biloba, acer, champion tree

    Inspiration for:

    There's a community section of the kitchen garden, where gardening techniques can be learnt.

    Dogs (on leads): Yes
    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 8.60

    Here in this warm and luxuriant garden, you can follow in the footsteps of the 1920s plant hunters to see plants that flowered in Britain for the first time. Award-winning magnolias and rhododendrons are still nurtured by those with a passion for their beauty and extraordinary story and five sections of Read more [...]

  • Trerice

    Opening Details: 3rd Mar to 3rd Nov. Weekends only between 9 November and 22 December .
    Feature plant(s):

    yews, lavender, rose, iris, daffodil, tulip

    Inspiration for:

    formal or historical garden design

    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 10.50

    Elizabethan manor house with fine interiors and delightful garden. Walled walks and lawns and a formal Elizabethan knot garden. Adult price shown without gift aid. £11.70 with.

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