Winter Garden

Winter Garden

All of the plants in the Winter Garden have either winter flowers, beautiful bark, colourful foliage or heavily scented leaves. There are many heathers, hundreds of bulbs and some unusual evergreen trees.

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Woodland Walk

Woodland Walk

This peaceful walk embraces the approach road to the main garden and is lined with beautiful trees and woodland plants.

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The Bridge Garden

The Bridge Garden

A serpentine red brick path leads you to the bridge which gives this garden its name; intertwined with white scented wisteria, this part of Pinetum has a huge variety of flowers and plants,as well as the horse statue pictured.

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Cottage Garden

The Cottage Garden

This garden contains many perennials backed with shrubs — a true ‘cottage garden’ combination of herbaceous, bulbs, shrubs, trees, ferns and climbers.

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Arboretum

Arboretum

First planted in 1982 after removing the remains of a fir plantation, the trees and rhododendrons  in the arboretum are now maturing nicely.

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Pinetum

Pinetum

You’ll discover more than 80 different conifers in the four-acre Pinetum. Specially planted in the shape of an amphitheatre, the largest trees are on the perimeter with the lowest in the entrance.

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Lake

The Lake

This peaceful spot is wonderful for a moment of quiet self-reflection, or watching the wildlife.

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Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

This Skakkei garden is the result of detailed planning following a visit to Kyoto, with a summer house and nods to Kyoto Botanical Gardens.

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Water Garden

Water Garden

Dragonflies, herons, frogs, newts and all manner of other wildlife are drawn to the Water Garden; it’s surrounded by Giant Gunnera and has plenty of seating should you wish to take a pitstop.

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Courtyard Garden

Courtyard Garden

Designed as a formal garden with a centrepiece statue, the Courtyard Garden is surrounded by coloured grasses and the three borders incorporating a wide range of colour.

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Entrance

Entrance

We’re in a convenient location just off the A390, near St Austell.

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Car Park

Car Park

We’ve got plenty of space for parking, so that’s one less thing to worry about!

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Tea Room

Tea room

Relax in our award-winning Garden Kitchen, serving breakfast, lunch and afternoon teas.

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Parkland

Parkland

A relaxing open space with views down to the lake, great for a stroll or to soak in some sunshine.

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WE ARE OPEN:

Our Gardens are open from 10am – 5pm daily.

From now until further notice you will need to have made an online booking for a time slot to ensure that we can closely monitor how many people are entering the gardens at any one time and to make sure we can easily follow social distancing.

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