Creed House Garden
Restoring the garden began in 1974 when Jonathon's parents arrived here on their return from Malaysia. The family lovingly spent the next 35 years dedicating their time to reclaiming a garden which had been neglected for the best part of 50 years.
Together with many original rhododendrons and magnolias, the garden now has a wonderful collection of rare trees and plants from far and wide - as with all gardens, a work in progress.
The garden is open by prior appointment for groups. The garden is part of the National Garden Scheme.
We've listed below some of our favourite places to visit and things to do:
- Caerhays Castle and Gardens,
- The Lost Gardens of Heligan,
- The Eden Project,
- Gardens in Cornwall