The garden

Lavender in front of the summer house

The sun and summer are certainly here at Trerice and the garden is full of colour to complement it.

Summer colour

The garden at Trerice is full of summer colour this year blooming better than ever. July and August sees the knot garden become a sea of colour as the Lavandula angustifolia 'Silver Mist' and Origanum ‘herrenhausen’ bloom. The blue and white border is a pollinator’s haven keeping the bees busy all year summer highlights include Echium vulgare and Nepeta ‘Six Hills Giant’.

The hard work of the garden volunteers comes into fruition as the Trerice potager nears harvest time and begins to support the barn restaurant. Senior Gardener Viv McCall’s planting plan shows how colour as well as shape are utilised by the garden team to give a visual impact to the potager.

Artistic impression of the potager
Artistic impression of the potager
Artistic impression of the potager

Picnic spots

There are plenty of sprawling spots that are perfect for a picnic at Trerice but the parade ground, with a wide expanse of lawn and views of the countryside has got to be the best. If you want somewhere a bit more sheltered then the kayling lawn’s sycamores take the brunt of the heat on a sunny day or snack in the summer house if the weather might turn.

The barn restaurant has plenty of food and drink that can be taken away including coffees and ice cream.

The summer house
Summer house at Trerice with daisies
The summer house