• outside view of Caerhays castle near Mevagissey
  • entrance to the Lost Gardens of Heligan
  • seat made from an up-turned boat in one of the local gardens
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Cornwall has many great gardens, most of which are within easy reach from Trethem Mill. More information can be found at Gardens in Cornwall

Lamorran House – St Mawes

Overlooking the sea and St. Anthony’s Head, the water gardens are a particular feature amongst this 4 acre garden

Open Wednesday & Fridays only

Trelissick – Feock

The gardens and estate cover 376 acres with glorious views down the estuary towards the sea. Renowned for rhododendrons, camellias, acers, tree ferns and hydrangeas

Trebah – Mawnan Smith, Falmouth

This 25 acre garden runs down from the 18th century house to the beach and river. Famous for sub-tropical ferns, palms and giant gunnera

Trewithen – Grampound

Surrounded by landscaped parkland, this 30 acre garden is renowned for camellias, rhododendrons, magnolias and rare trees and shrubs

Poppy Cottage garden – Ruan High Lanes

Covering about one acre with small nursery area selling plants. Dogs on leads welcome

Glendurgan – Mawnan Smith, Falmouth

This garden has camellias, magnolias and is famous for it’s laurel maze and Giant’s Stride

The Eden Project – St Austell

An unforgettable location for a fascinating insight into the world of plants and people

Lost Gardens of Heligan – St Austell

200 acres of Victorian grounds with walled gardens, summerhouses, lakes, ponds, productive gardens and fruit-houses as well as a 22 acre subtropical jungle