Trewithen Gardens – a land of opportunity

Trewithen Gardens – a land of opportunity

Another Trewithen Gardens’ volunteer has won a coveted placement on a nationally recognised horticultural course. Nicola Johnson has been accepted on the Professional Gardeners Guild Traineeship – a three year placement in three gardens with on the job training...
A rare chance to see Trewithen’s ‘secret’ garden

A rare chance to see Trewithen’s ‘secret’ garden

Trewithen’s elegant walled garden will be open to the public for the last week in June. Normally used just by the Galsworthy family who have owned the estate for the last 300 years, it’s a rare opportunity to experience this horticultural gem at its best. A central...
Are Trewithen’s red squirrels nesting?

Are Trewithen’s red squirrels nesting?

Trewithen Gardens’ two female red squirrels might be preparing to have babies. If they do, it will be the second year in a row and a huge boost for the Cornwall Red Squirrel Project. Over the last few weeks they’ve been spending more and more time in their nesting...
Prestigious directorship awarded to our Head Gardener

Prestigious directorship awarded to our Head Gardener

Gary Long, Head Gardener of Trewithen, has been awarded a Directorship of the International Camellia Society (U.K.) Ltd (ICS). It’s believed he is the first Head Gardener ever to have been honoured with this prestigious position. Gary was nominated for the role by ICS...