Downton down West

Posted on: February 14th, 2013

We've had a lovely review of the Garden and Trewidden House in the Cornishman and West Briton today, you can read it here. If you fancy being the Crawley family from Downton Abbey for a week, why
The Trewidden Belle

The Belle blooms

Posted on: February 11th, 2013

The Trewidden Belle is visited by - L - R Charles Williams (Caerhays Castle Garden), Richard Morton (Head Gardener at Trewidden), Toby Ashowrth (The Nare Hotel), Malcolm Bell (Visit Cornwall) to
Magnolis in bloom at Trewidden

Spring has sprung at Trewidden

Posted on: February 5th, 2013

The Trewidden Belle burst into flower over the weekend with over 50 blooms now on show, meaning that Spring is just around the corner for Cornwall and it's already arrived at Trewidden! The Great
Pam Spriggs from Radio Cornwall

Radio Cornwall at Trewidden

Posted on: February 1st, 2013

James Churchfield and Pam Spriggs from Radio Cornwall's breakfast show visited Trewidden Garden recently, where Head Gardener Richard Morton showed them the effects that the severe rain has had in

Spring is on its way…

Posted on: January 28th, 2013

Although it's only the end of January, this rhododendron thinks that Spring is just around the corner. Taken today, this photograph hints at the magnificent blooms that will shortly be on display in

The Great Gardens of Cornwall Spring Story

Posted on: January 23rd, 2013

To make a change from such wintry weather, the Great Gardens of Cornwall and the Nare Hotel have teamed up to monitor the arrival of Spring in Cornwall. Six of the Great Gardens of Cornwall are
Dawn Redwood

Autumn Colour

Posted on: November 7th, 2012

The Japanese Maple Acer palmatum by the Pond is looking simply stunning at the

The new Polytunnel

Posted on: September 25th, 2012

The new polytunnel by the car park has been completed. This will allow us to have more school children potting up on school trips and keep a more varied and unusual collection of plants for our
Lantern Walk

Lantern Walk raises £1,300 for Marie Curie

Posted on: August 23rd, 2012

An enjoyable evening was had by all yesterday evening at the Lantern Walk held in Trewidden Garden in aid of Marie Curie. Over £1,300 was raised by guests who enjoyed a three course meal followed by
Trewidden Trail

Trewidden Tales and Trails

Posted on: July 30th, 2012

  We held our first Trewidden Tales  and Trails day last Saturday which was enjoyed by everyone, especially the children who completed the Trewidden Trail. Mark Harandon told some lovely