St Ives Gardens
Trewyn Gardens: This shrub and flower garden in the centre of St Ives is a local favourite. It is the perfect place to relax and escape from the hustle bustle of everyday.
Memorial Gardens: War memorial and gardens with shrubs and summer bedding.
Chy-an-Gweal: Carbis Bay Trees, shrubs and flowerbeds with super views to Godrevy and the north coast.
Outside Of St Ives
The Eden Project: Giant biomes nurturing plants from the world’s rain forests and Mediterranean regions
The Lost Gardens of Heligan: This once-glorious 13th century manor fell into ruin with the outbreak of the First World War. The grounds were restored in the 1990s and today visitors are invited to explore both its rich history and its stunning gardens.
Trebah: It’s huge collections of sub-tropical plants are designed to impress visitors during every season of the year, Trebah is ranked amongst the world’s 80 finest gardens.
Trelissick Gardens: Picnicers are welcomed to this riverside garden and invited to explore the surrounding woodland valleys.
Tresco Abbey Gardens: One of the few places in England that showcases tropical plants outside greenhouses. They pride themselves on their huge collection of plants from all over the world.