Trebah Gardens

Trebah Gardens

Trebah Gardens

The lovely Trebah Gardens set in a 25 acre ravine were garden laid out by Charles Fox in the 1840s contains many beautiful and mature trees and shrubs and provides an undulating carpet of colour. At the top stands the white painted 18th-century house. 200 feet below, at the bottom of the ravine, is a private beach on the Helford River.

Through two acres of blue and white hydrangeas, a stream cascades over waterfalls, through ponds containing giant Koi carp and exotic water plants, onto the beach. Extensive plantings of sub-tropical Mediterranean plants at the top of the garden blend into the rain forest of the lower reaches with glades of giant tree ferns, bananas and bamboos.

In the 1930s, after 100 years of inspired and dedicated creation, this garden was regarded as one of the most beautiful in England. Carefully restored since 1980 by the Hibbert family after forty years of neglect, the garden is now returned to its former glory.

Trebah Garden

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