Please note that the Membership Discount Scheme is under review and not all of the nurseries and gardens listed have yet confirmed that they will continue to offer the discount. Please check before visiting
Nurseries – please present a valid membership card to obtain discount on plant purchases. Note that some nurseries may not offer membership discount on items that are already on special offer or reduced.
Ashridge Trees,– 5% online purchases (discount code required)
Bodmin Nursery – 10% discount
Calamazag Nursery – 10% discount
Cedarcroft Plants - 10% discount
Cornish Rose Company - 10% Discount
Cornish Compost - 10% discount on telephone orders for dumpy sacks of compost
Duchy of Cornwall Nursery - 10% discount
Hardy Exotics - 10% discount
Hidden Valley Nursery - 10% discount
Japanese Garden & Bonsai Nursery - 10% discount
Pentewan Valley Nursery
Pinsla Nursery – 10% discount
Poppy Cottage Nursery - 10% discount
Potager Garden Nursery - 10% discount
R A Scamp Daffodils - 10% discount on mail order sales
Surreal Succulents - 10% discount
The Garden Lady, Godolphin Hill Nursery - 10% discount
Treseders Nursery - 10% discount
Trevena Cross Nurseries – 10% discount on plants & sundries
Trewithen Garden Plant Centre – 10% discount
The following gardens offer reduced admission on presentation of a valid membership card;
Pinsla Garden & Nursery
Poppy Cottage Garden - 10% discount
Tresco Abbey Garden
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.
7.30pm - The Alverton, Tregolls Road, Truro TR1 1ZQ
Thomas Stone - 'Winter Plants'
Thomas Stone brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm to his lectures, gathered during his 27 years’ experience, having worked at Mottisfont Abbey Gardens, Sir Harold Hillier Gardens and other private gardens as a gardener or Head Gardener.
2.30pm - Penventon Park Hotel, West End, Redruth TR15 1TE
Thomas Stone - 'Hardy Geraniums'
Thomas Stone now runs his own horticultural practice for individual and corporate garden owners, and shares his expertise with a wider audience through lectures, TV and radio appearances.