- by Gordon
The three valleys of Glendurgan have natural beauty and plants, including giant rhubarb plants in the lower valley and spiky arid plants basking in the sunny upper slopes. Follow garden down to the hamlet of Durgan on the Helford River. A lovely day out with a national Trust cafe. The tea-house is an NT concession with indoor and outdoor seating offering homemade cakes, ice cream and light lunches.
The tea-house is an NT concession with indoor and outdoor seating offering homemade cakes, ice cream and light lunches.
A National Trust property originally created by the Fox family.
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The National Trust
Post Code: TR11 5JZ
Tel: +44 01326 252020
The Garden of Cornwall reflects the history of the region stretching as far back as the Iron Age.
The variety of gardens that exist in Cornwall allows the visitor to explore estates, castles, manor houses, in sea-facing valleys and walled enclosures hidden away from anyone but a visitor.
Many of these Cornwall gardens owe much to the world travels undertaken by plant hunters in the 19th century as well as the influence of the Gulf Stream and the almost frost-free climate that exists because of it. Mild winters and warm summers play an important part in sustain these unique gardens.
Many of the gardens in Cornwall host specimens of rare and most beautiful plants and trees not found elsewhere in the United Kingdom.
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The National Trust in Cornwall is home to many of the fine Gardens in our Cornwall Gardens list.
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