Tremough, Penryn, TR10 9FE

Thursday 26th March 2020 10:00am

The garden at Tremough, the campus for the Universities of Falmouth & Exeter, is a blend of historical sub-tropical planting with newly created landscapes.  It boasts a number of interesting features from the Italian garden, to a walled garden and a collection of rhododendrons, dating back to the 1800’s.

The lime tree avenue dates back to the 18th century, when a herd of deer, rather than a group of students, may have been found roaming. 

It is a garden that continues to evolve with plans for the future including a nut orchard and bamboo area. Our tour will be led by the Head Gardener Toby Nenning.

Cost: £3.00 pp. Parking £2.00.  No dogs 

Please meet at the entrance to the Sports Hall.

Refreshments available on campus or on Commercial road in Penryn.