Not many wildlife spectacles can beat the overwhelming beauty of swathes of violet bluebells under the pale green of newly opened leaves. It can be argued that the British Isles are the true home of the bluebell (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) as, although the species is native to the mild, damp reaches […]Read More
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‘The Best Way to Really Appreciate Antony Woodland All Year Round is Undoubtably With A Season Ticket’ The utter joy you can experience in the peace and stillness of life at Antony Woodland Garden doesn’t just come from the stunning Spring camellias and magnolias. Visits from deer, woodpeckers, long-tailed tits […]Read More
‘The Best Way to Really Appreciate Antony Woodland All Year Round is Undoubtably With A Season Ticket’ As the wind, rain, frost and recent snow of Winter begin to subside, we are beckoning the magical carpets of snowdrops and other new buds and bulbs at Antony Woodland Garden. Alongside the […]Read More
We are delighted to bring back Antony Woodland Guided Tours! Join our experienced Head Gardener, Richard Squires, for a Tour of our magnificent garden and walks, nestled along the banks of the River Lynher. Each tour will take place on Sundays or Wednesdays of every month (February – October) and […]Read More
Hydrangeas are without a doubt one of the most popular flowers in the Garden at Antony Woodland this month, so we thought we would take a closer look and share some of our Hydrangea wisdom with you! First discovered in Japan, Hydrangeas now grow all over […]Read More
As custodians of such amazing gardens it makes sense to share with you some of our top tips on what to do in the garden this September. While we’re all enjoying the last of the summer sun and warm air, it’s time to start turning our attention to the tasks […]Read More
There is nothing better than stepping out of your home into your own piece of heaven: your garden. Whether you have a beautifully manicured lawn, contemporary decking, or a haven for wildlife it is your space to think in, entertain in, and relax in. But what about creating your own […]Read More
Anita Rani from BBC CountryFile visited Antony Woodland Garden, part of the Antony Estate on the Rame Peninsula in Cornwall. “It’s quiet, calm and full of wildlife, and the managers here are working closely with one of their tenants to keep it that way. It’s rather an unexpected relationship, though […]Read More
Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from 13-19 May 2019. Whether we realise it (or want to admit it) mental health will affect us all at some point in our life. It’s all too easy to let the stresses of today’s busy, modern life get on top of us; the pressures […]Read More
Due to popular demand, we are running a second ‘Garden Preview & Cream Tea Tour’ on Thursday 21st February @ 1pm.
The Camellias are now looking absolutely stunning and not to be missed!