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?
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.
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.
Cornwall is renowned for its spring gardens and Trengwainton is no exception. Here are some of the highlights of what will be in bloom as the season unfolds.
We’re closed now until Sunday 12 February, but we’d love you to make a resolution to visit us in 2017. Here’s what you’re likely to find in bloom in early spring at Trengwainton.