The cold snap in March has meant a later spring this year, but the garden is finally starting to wake up and put on a colourful display.
Visit the 10 unique sections of walled gardens at the heart of this special place.
The scarecrows are back for their annual visit to the walled garden and this year’s theme is a (very loose) interpretation of nations throughout history.
The magnolias are in bloom, but their flowering season is short, so now’s the time to come along and catch their exotic beauty.
Spring is bursting out in the garden; come and see the stars of the show.
Shake off the winter blues with a fun fitness trail, seed planting and welly walking during February half-term at Trengwainton.
We’re closed now until Sunday 11 February, but we’d love you to make a resolution to visit us in 2018. Here are some of the plants that may be in bloom in early spring.
Here in the far west of Cornwall, the warm, sunny days often stretch into September and October. When going for an autumn walk, what can you expect to see in the garden?
From the cool blue of the agapanthus on the Terrace to the fiery abutilon in the Walled Garden, here are some of the plants in bloom in July.