Trebah Garden

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Garden Category: South West England Gardens

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  • Planted in 1840 by Charles Fox, Trebah is no pampered, pristine garden with clipped hedges, close-mown striped lawns and daily raked paths. You will find here a magnificent, old, wild and magical Cornish valley. The end product of one hundred years of inspired and dedicated creation followed by forty lost years of mellowing and fifteen years of love, toil and re-creation. The twenty-five acre, steeply wooded ravine falls 200 feet from the 18th century house down to a private beach on the Helford River. A stream cascading over waterfalls, through ponds full of giant Koi carp and exotic water plants, winds through two acres of blue and white hydrangeas and then spills out over the beach. Glades of huge sub-tropical tree ferns and palms mingle with giant gunnera, gurcraea and echium, and over all is the great rolling canopy of 100 year old rhododendrons and a multitude of trees and shrubs with ever-changing colour and scent.

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