Trevarno Manor Gardens has been closed since April 2012 and the property was sold at the end of 2012. It is now in private hands and the gardens and attractions are not open to the public.
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Probus Gardens was unique amongst Cornish Gardens. Herbaceous, ornamental grasses, exotics, cacti, winter garden, low allergen garden, fruit and vegetables and much more Now closed and awaiting development as a garden centre.
Springfield Farm Garden is a informal 2½ acre garden started in 1980 with mature trees, shrubs, watergarden and marsh plants.
Polgwynne Garden is a 3 acre woodland garden in a fantastic setting, trees and shrubs, including the unusual Ginko Bibloba.
Poldowrian Garden is a woodland garden created among natural wild plants with a spectacular cliff top views with a pre-historic museum which is opened on request.
Penpol House is a summer garden of 31/2 acres surrounding a 16th century House. Old fashioned unusual garden. Delphiniums, roses, iris, herbaceous borders, walled garden with pond. Fuchsia, yew, box hedges, lawns, pocket gardens, climbing roses and granite troughs.
Penberth Garden is an unusual and spectacular 5 acres of rocky garden with tumbling stream bog plants, camelias, azaleas and other shrubs amongst massive natural boulders.
Nansawsan House has a 1½-acre garden, once part of Victorian estate garden. From house, paths meander through rhododendrons, camellias, azaleas and perennial borders taking in secret corners, fishpond, greenhouse, summerhouse and gazebo with wider vistas. Unusual trees, shrubs and climbers. Family vegetable garden, soft fruits and ample seating around the garden.
Ladock House is a Georgian old rectory with 4 acres of lawns, rhododendrons, camellias and azaleas with woodland garden.
Grignan is a 2 acre sheltered valley garden with stream wide variety of plants and old mill leat with old granite trough and plantings.