Garden Visit to Hillside, Regent Terrace, Boscrowan and The Steward’s House Garden at St Michael’s Mount
Created by Michael Harvey, these gardens highlight the importance of good structural design in smaller spaces.
Situated on a steep slope, Hillside includes four terraces, which are ingeniously interlinked by granite steps.
Aeoniums and other succulents adorn the walls whilst the borders are planted with geraniums, tulbaghia, cinerarias, fuchsias and euphorbias.
The gardens at Regent Terrace echo the architecture of its Grade II listed townhouse with paving and planting to reflect its semi-circular stair bays and bow windows.
The redesigned front garden at Boscrowan incorporates terracing, checkerboard paving and growing squares with yew domes.
The Steward’s House Garden is a peaceful courtyard with formal beds and herringbone brick paving that features a new sculpture, entitled ‘St Michael’, created by Tom Leaper and commissioned by Lord and Lady St Levan.
The booking form will be available on our website in June 2024 or in hard copy upon request from Elizabeth Harris.