Trewidden becomes an International Camellia Garden of Excellence

Posted on: Mai 3rd, 2018

In March 2018 Trewidden Garden was awarded the status of ICS (International Camellia Society) International Camellia Garden of Excellence. Trewidden now joins Mount Edgcumbe, Anthony and

April news from the garden

Posted on: März 27th, 2018

With the cold weather hopefully behind us, now is a good time to come and explore the garden, while here we share details of some of our most interesting plants The white flowered Magnolia x

Head Gardeners Video

Posted on: März 23rd, 2018

In our first Head Gardeners video of the season, Richard looks at the impact the unseasonal weather has had in the Tree Fern Pit. Luckily the Tree Ferns will recover and put on their normal

Snow at Trewidden

Posted on: März 15th, 2018

Exciting for some, unfortunately the recent snow caused havoc in gardens across the country, particularly in Cornwall where our spring gardens were just starting to come into bloom. The Trewidden

2017 Photography Competition Results

Posted on: November 24th, 2017

Yet again we had simply stunning selection of photography entries into this years competition, and we are pleased to announce the results as follows. A tranquil winning entry by Igor

Head Gardeners Video

Posted on: September 12th, 2017

Our last Head Gardeners video of the 2017 season can be downloaded here. We can't believe where the season has gone - it's flown by! Thank you everyone for coming to visit the Garden and we look

Head Gardeners video

Posted on: August 24th, 2017

Another short video from Richard, this time he's in the walled garden which is looking beautiful after all of this

August news from the garden

Posted on: August 8th, 2017

As we are approaching late summer, we'd like to share details of some of the most interesting plants in the garden in August. The flower spikes that can be seen as you approach the entrance to the

July news from the garden

Posted on: Juli 6th, 2017

Summer has arrived and with it there are more changes throughout the garden, here we share details of some of the most interesting plants within the garden in July. Near the entrance of the garden

Aerial tour of the garden

Posted on: Juni 21st, 2017

Earlier this year, Frank Aldous made this marvellous aerial tour of the garden. It's fascinating to watch and the garden from a totally new perspective. We plan to keep taking one each year to
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