Trewithen means ‘house of the trees’ and the name truly describes this early Georgian house in its wood and parkland setting.

The 30 acre garden is an International Camellia Society Garden of Excellence (1 of only 5 in the UK) and is also renowned for its rhododendrons, magnolias and Champion Trees.

A beautiful place to visit in Cornwall, there is something to discover at every turn of Trewithen’s level gravelled pathways.

Tickets are available to purchase in advance – click here.

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Plant of the month for August

Plant of the month for August is… Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Europa’ Hydrangeas sometimes get forgotten about and can be seen as “Common” but is the right setting these shrubs are a hard working, reliable and beautiful addition to the garden. ‘Europa’ is a small, compact shrub with the added bonus of large lush green leaves. The […]

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Plant of the month for April

For March I asked the question “How do you choose a plant of the month?” What criteria do you set as a standard? Is it just personal choice or is it if a particular plant is garden worthy or is it just a plant that is performing well? With those things considered I just pick […]

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Plant of the month for March

Places to visit in Cornwall - Trewithen Gardens

Magnolia campbellii subsp. mollicomata When she is in flower she is hard to ignore. Situated, in perfect perspective to the house, half way down our south lawn. She dominates the vista (all year round but especially in spring). From winter with the flower buds cloaked in their little furry jackets, or their technical name “perules”, […]

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