Spring always comes early to Trengwainton with magnolias and snowdrops bursting out from February onwards. Exotic trees and shrubs thrive all year round in the sheltered garden.
Throughout the year, the gardens are full of colour and blooms with secret paths leading their way to the terrace that looks out over St Michael’s Mount and the bay. The walled kitchen garden is packed full of vegetables, herbs and salads and provides a lovely sun trap for a picnic. Kids can follow the family trail while mums and dads indulge in tea and cake!
Explore Trengwainton’s 25 acres and discover special plants nurtured for generations by those with a passion for their beauty and extraordinary story. Another five sections of walled gardens are crammed with tender exotic plants from around the world while other areas feature towering rhododendrons and giant tree ferns.
Whether it’s a family picnic by the stream or a quiet corner in which to relax, Trengwainton invites you to explore and come back for more.