The Japanese Garden & Bonsai Nursery

East Meets West

Spring / Summer: The garden awakens! Japanese Maples unfurl in brightest reds & greens. Cherry blossom, camellias, azaleas, & more decorate the landscape: flowers & foliage in full splendour. Bamboos whisper in gentle breezes. Dragonflies & damselflies hover over the swimming koi.

Autumn: Japanese maples perform spectacular colour changes: bold & soft golds, greens, oranges & reds transform the garden, before dropping gently into rest.

Winter: Fantastic shapes in wood & stone, hidden in summer, reappear now. Evergreens & winter flowering plants add colour to the winter landscape, & the slumbering trees display their intricate forms. Dramatic architecture revealed!

10% discount on plant salesfor CGS members.

 For further details see website www.thebonsainursery.com

Member's Gardens

Members' 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.

Upcoming Events

  • Lecture: Alan Power – Stourhead

    For this month’s lectures we will be joined by Alan Power. Join us at The Alverton, Tregolls Road, Truro from 7:30pm, to learn all about his time working at Stourhead

  • Lecture: Alan Power – My Journey Through Great Gardens

    Inspired by his mother to follow a career in horticulture and arboriculture, Alan has worked in and managed some of the most beautiful gardens and estates in the country, notably Mount Stewart in Northern Ireland, Hidcote Manor in Gloucestershire and Stourhead in Wiltshire.

    He has collaborated with the Gardeners’ World team on many occasions; presented on BBC Radio 4; co-presented British Gardens in Time on BBC4, and has lectured across Europe and North America.

    In 2016, Alan was presented with an Honorary Doctorate by Writtle University for his outstanding contribution to horticulture.

    Join Alan at the Penventon Park Hotel, West End, Redruth at 2:30pm