With its mild coastal climate Cornwall is home to some of the nation’s most spectacular gardens. From woodland gardens to landscaped parkland to sub-tropical glades, there is something of interest to everyone.
The mild climate in Cornwall means there are some beautiful gardens as it is a perfect habitat for local and tropical plants. There are lots of Cornish gardens with amazing displays of flowers and plants whatever the season. From the early snowdrops to the autumnal woodlands, Cornwall is a feast of colour nearly all year round. The diversity of plants and trees to be found really is amazing.
Caerhays Castle & Gardens (Near Gorran) (Approx 11 miles) – caerhays.co.uk
Glendurgan Garden (Falmouth) (Approx 28 miles) – nationaltrust.org.uk/glendurgan-garden
Pinetum Park & Pine Lodge Gardens (St Austell) (Approx 19 miles) – pinetumpark.com
The Lost Gardens of Heligan (Mevagissey) (Approx 14 miles) – heligan.com
Trebah Garden (Falmouth) (Approx 29 miles)- trebahgarden.co.uk
Trelissick Gardens (Feock) (Approx 20 miles by road Approx 9 miles via ferry) – nationaltrust.org.uk/trelissick-garden