Gardens in Cornwall

Cornwall is not only home to far stretching dramatic coastline and countryside, but also historic gardens. Across this ancient land are a number of gardens rooted in history. Spring is starting take hold on the gardens, here are a few to enjoy the changing of the season.

Banks alive with spring flowers at Trelissick garden, Cornwall

Trelissick springs to life 

With early signs of spring in the garden, and the daffodils starting to come out it's the perfect time for a relaxing stroll to take it all in.


Garden at Antony waking up for spring 

The garden team at Antony have been working hard over winter in readiness for spring bursting onto the scene. The summer garden has a fresh display of tulips, new for 2018.

A clump of primroses

Spring colour at Glendurgan

Camellias, daffodils, primroses, magnolias and more are out in flower in the valley garden.

Godolphin spring flowers

Spring time in the garden at Godolphin

A wonderful time to visit the historic garden at Godolphin as spring takes hold and the garden comes to life. Primroses popping up everywhere, magnolia trees in bloom and raised turf walkways scattered with daffodils and snakehead fritillaries.

Rhododendron loderi in bloom

Spring blooms at Trengwainton Garden

Spring is bursting out in the garden; come and see the stars of the show.

Lanhydrock garden


There is always colour in the garden at Lanhydrock and in spring there's no exception. The formal parterre is currently looking very colourful standing out against the large Victorian manor.


Great Gardens of Cornwall

The National Trust are part of a group called the Great Gardens of Cornwall. Here is a video exploring all the exotic and varied gardens around Cornwall.