Gardens in or near Portscatho

Portscatho is a fishing village which lies on the beautiful Roseland Pennisula in Cornwall and is still an active fishing port today. There are several shops including butchers, grocery/off licence and gift shops. The local pub serves St Austell ales and good food. A cliff top walk is recommended along to the nearby beautiful flat sandy beach at Porthcurnick which is owned by the National Trust. Gardens in or near Portscatho Trebah Garden and Trelissick Garden are listed below.
3 Results In Or Near Portscatho
8.1 miles from the centre of Portscatho
Trebah Garden is a 25 acre sub-tropical ravine garden, falling 200 feet from the 18th century house to a private beach on the Helford River. A stream cascades over waterfalls through ponds full of Koi Carp, and exotic water plants wind through 2-acres of blue and white hydrangeas that spill out over the beach. Huge Australian tree ferns and palms mingle with shrubs of ever changing colours and scent beneath over-arching canopy of 100-year-old rhododendrons and magnolias. A giant plantation of...
3.5 miles from the centre of Portscatho
Find Inspiration at Trelissick Garden The tranquil Trelissick Garden originally planted in 1937, contains a superb collection of tender and exotic plants. Beautifully positioned at the head of the Fal estuary, the estate commands panoramic views over the sea and has extensive park and woodland walks beside the river. At its heart is the 20 acre garden, set on many levels, with fine open lawns, a superb collection of tender and exotic plants, providing year-round colour - rhododendrons...
8.1 miles from the centre of Portscatho
Explore the Exotic, peaceful tranquillity of Glendurgan Garden Glendurgan is a valley garden of great beauty created in the 1820s and developed over many years by the Fox family. Running down to the tiny village of Durgan and its beach with fine views of the Helford River, it is predominantly a spring-time sub-tropical garden and has many fine trees and rare and exotic plants, with outstanding spring displays of magnolias and camellias. In their season glorious displays of wild flow...
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