Glendurgan Garden

Superb subtropical garden, with special interest for families

Lose yourself in the three valleys of Glendurgan Garden - full of fun, natural beauty and amazing plants.

Discover giant rhubarb plants in the jungle-like lower valley and spiky arid plants basking in the sunny upper slopes.

Wander through the garden down to the beautiful hamlet of Durgan on the Helford River: a place to watch birds and boats, skim stones and build sand-castles.

Find a boat-seat, gigantic tulip-trees and ponds teeming with wildlife. Learn about the Fox family who created this 'small peace [sic] of heaven on earth.'

Address: Mawnan Smith, near Falmouth, TR11 5JZ (½ mile south-west of Mawnan Smith, on road to Helford Passage)

Telephone: 01326 252020

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/glendurgan-garden

www.facebook.com/NTGlendurganNorthHelford

www.twitter.com/NTGlendurgan

Member's Gardens

Our members have some truly beautiful and interesting gardens. Take a look to see some of the wonderful things growing.

 

Become a Member

You can take out CGS membership as an individual or as a family and there are lots of benefits.

  • Why not join our self-drive visit to @CoteheleNT and #MelynGy on 12th July? All the details are here https://t.co/R1YhPKFJDL

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Upcoming Events

  • Cornwall Garden Society

    7.00pm - Annual General Meeting - The Alverton,mTregolls Road, Truro, TR1 1ZQ

  • Lecture

     7.30pm (after the AGM)  The Alverton, Tregolls Road, Truro TR1 1ZQ

    Harry Jans - 'Around the World with Alpine Plants'.  

    Harry Jans has been employed since 1982 by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment as an expert on winter maintenance. He is a  passionate plant explorer and rock gardener, he is also a founder member of the Dutch Rock Garden Society of which he has been President for the last six years. In 2014, he received the prestigious Alpine Garden Society (AGS) Lyttel Trophy, the highest AGS award for individuals who have made a substantial contribution to the knowledge of alpine plants. Harry is a regular lecturer at conferences and study weekends in many overseas countries. He has written articles on alpine plant subjects, the topic for his first lecture.