One of the largest and finest selections of camellias in the country. The chief architect of Trewidden Garden was Thomas Bedford Bolitho who started in 1880 to plant a unique collection of trees and shrubs, thus creating one of the finest informal gardens in south-west England with magnolias rhododendrons and camellias. Tree fern being a special feature.
Trewidden is set in south- facing hills, two miles west of Penzance, Cornwall. The exceptionally mild climate allows us to grow one of the largest and finest selections of camellias in the country.
The chief architect of Trewidden Garden was Thomas Bedford Bolitho who, together with his daughter, Mary, started in 1880 to plant a unique collection of trees and shrubs, thus creating one of the finest gardens in south-west England.
Signposted from the A30 Lands End road 2 miles west of Penzance at Buryas Bridge.
Sat. Nav. TR19 6AU
- Dogs are welcome to also visit the Garden
- Group visits and guided tours – We’re delighted to welcome Groups and guided tours with the Head Gardener by pre-arrangement
- About half of the pathways are accessible to electric wheelchairs
- Manual wheelchairs are not advisable due to our pathways being topped with gravel
- Carers are admitted free of charge
- Tea room – We offer a selection of sandwiches, soup, homemade cakes and cream teas, plus hot and cold drinks
- Plant Sales – Interesting & unusual plants for sale
Opening Times / Admission
Address: Trewidden Garden, Buryas Bridge, Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 8TT
Telephone: 01736 364275 / 01736 363021
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