A 1750 house with Cornish woodland garden started in the twentieth century, on a less dramatic site than many of the others, but is carefully maintained by the National Trust. It is mainly a spring garden but also has summer flowering shrubs. An orchard of Cornish apples was added in the early twenty-first century.
woodland garden that I somehow found a tadge disappointing after Glendurgan.
the birds by the cafe though are great for those of us with a camera!
My favorite garden in Cornwall: lovely, lovely masses of flowers, dogwoods, and hydrangeas all so beautifully grown! Lots of smaller paths for wandering and getting up close and personal with the plants. A real gem for keen gardeners!
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