Trebah gardens

Cornwall is often described as the garden capital of the world and the lush vegetation and colour give garden lovers a real feast for the eyes all year round with over 4 miles of winding pathways to explore.

Trebah gardens, near Falmouth have a sub tropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop, which is open every day of the year from 10am and rated amongst 80 of the finest gardens in the world.

Trebah offers the visitor an all year round experience. Trebah comes alive in the spring with a colourful array of rhododendrons some of which are a hundred years old, magnolias and camellias. In the summer months, the giant gunnera is a must see for everyone.  In autumn, the Hydrangea Valley casts a cloud of blue and white across Mallard Pond. Whilst the champion trees dominate the landscape in the winter, and plants the southern hemisphere can be seen flowering.