A 3 acre colourful award winning garden set in a secluded valley
An intimate 3 acre award-winning cottage style garden and specialist plant nursery nestled in a secluded hidden valley in Cornwall. There are 26 identified beds and borders that are full of colour from early season to late autumn. It is a wonderfully peaceful place to sit and dream amongst the borders/beds set with herbaceous perennials, shrubs and grasses, and collections of Crocosmia, Agapanthus and Dahlias. There is a pond area with wildlife and bog planting, and a shady Fernery, also Japanese and Mediterranean areas and Iris Bed. You can make your own refreshments in the Tea Hut and sample the homemade cakes, also buy plants at the plant nursery. Dogs on leads welcome.
Open 20th March to 15th October (except Tuesday and Wednesday) 10-6pm. Entry is only £4.50. Children are free (including entry to the Garden Quizz). CGS members get a 10% discount on plants on the production of a current CGS Members Card.
Self-catering accommodation is available.
Discount: We will give 10% discount on plant sales to Cornwall Garden Society members.
Directions: From A390 between St Austell and Lostwithiel, turn onto the B3269 towards Fowey, then right after 200 yards following the signs for 2 miles.
Our members have some truly beautiful and interesting gardens. Take a look to see some of the wonderful things growing.
You can take out CGS membership as an individual or as a family and there are lots of benefits.
7.00pm - Annual General Meeting - The Alverton,mTregolls Road, Truro, TR1 1ZQ
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.