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Garvinack Farm Woodland
Garvinack woodland lies at the very head of Truroís Kenwyn valley, just off the A30. Some 25 acres of woodland that has been in existence for over 200 years.
By admin created 08.03.14 (5 images)
Pine Lodge garden
Pine Lodge Gardens, on the south coast of St.Austell Bay, in Cornwall, provide excellent growing conditions for rare, unusual and tender plants. The collection at Pine Lodge Gardens now stands at well over 6,000 plants, all labelled, in over 30 acres of gardens, and it is being added to each year by Shirley since 1985.
By admin created 08.01.04 (4 images)
Cotehele House
Cotehele, St.Dominick, Nr Saltash. A vast garden with some steep paths, daffodil meadow, rare species of trees & formal terraced rose garden with magno climbers. Come and enjoy the sheltered Valley with pond, dovecote 18th Century Tower, unusual shrubs, rhododendrons & azaleas.
By admin created 05.05.03 (3 images)
Trengwainton Garden
Sheltered garden with an abundance of exotic trees and shrubs. Intimate and closely linked to the picturesque stream running through its valley, the garden leads up to a terrace and summer houses with splendid views across Mountís Bay to The Lizard. The walled gardens contain many rare and unusual species which are difficult to grow in the open anywhere else in the country.
By admin created 05.05.03 (7 images)
Hidden Valley Gardens
Hidden Valley Gardens and Nursery near Par. Click here for website.
By admin created 05.03.14 (6 images)
Lanhydrock House
Lanhydrock House near Bodmin is perhaps considered the jewel in the National Trust crown in Cornwall
By admin created 04.04.27 (8 images)
Trelissick Garden
Trelissick garden at Feock near Truro overlooks the Carrick Roads and is owned by the National Trust.
By admin created 04.04.20 (6 images)
Glendurgan Garden
Set in a wooded valley dropping steeply to the hamlet of Durgan on the shore of the beautiful Helford estuary, Glendurgan is one of the great sub-tropical gardens of the South West. Exotic trees and shrubs flourish amidst open glades carpeted with wild flowers.
By admin created 04.03.18 (9 images)
Trebah Garden
Twenty-six acre, steeply wooded ravine garden falls 200 feet from the eighteenth-century house down to the beach & river.
By admin created 04.03.14 (9 images)

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