Explore the garden
With the blazing colours of autumn whisked away by bitter winds the garden becomes more subdued during the winter months. However, delicate colours and beauty can still be found during this time.
On bright wintry days the garden is at its most calm. The maritime views Trelissick is famed for become the most apparent during this time with the deciduous trees left bare. The stark outlines of these branches frame the breath-taking views perfectly.
During the early months of the year Camellias bring delicate hues and Rhododendrons begin to emerge once again. Snowdrops, the surest sign spring is returning, appear as the season goes on. Finding these pockets of life and seeing them flourish is one of the most fulfilling parts of winter.
Below you'll find details of certain areas of the garden you will discover as you meander through. Different seasons bring new features to each space creating a dynamic tapestry of colours, textures and scents.
Garden area closure
The area of the garden called Carcaddon is closed to visitors until the end of February due to building work being undertaken on the garden's bridge. This bridge is the only means of accessing this part of the garden hence why this area will not be open to visit. For more information about this project please follow the link below.