Pine Lodge Gardens

Pine Lodge Gardens

  • Almost 7000 labelled, rare & unusual plants
  • Light lunches & Cream teas
  • Free parking
  • Disabled Access

Pine Lodge Gardens are located on the eastern outskirts of St Austell on a sheltered coastal road. Pine Lodge was acquired by Raymond and Shirley Clemo in 1976. At this time, they had no intention whatsoever of developing the property into gardens which would be of a quality suitable for public viewing.

The Gardens, are situated on the warm and sheltered south coast of St.Austell Bay, in Cornwall, which provides excellent growing conditions for rare, unusual and tender plants. Many have been grown from seed from plant hunting expeditions all over the world to which Shirley has been contributing since 1985.

Their collection now stands at over 6,000 plants, all labelled, in over 30 acres of gardens, and it is being added to each year. Shirley is extremely interested and involved in cultivating as many rare plants as possible for added interest in the Gardens and for sale in the Nursery.

Planting in the Gardens has been very carefully planned to provide interest throughout the year. The Gardens are regarded as having several dimensions, not least of which is scent, and this becomes apparent during your visit. The Garden Nursery stocks a wide range of unusual plants that have been grown from seed here and are not available anywhere else in the UK.

Details of opening times and descriptions of the gardens can be found on their web site.

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