The three sheltered valleys are filled with a variety of native and temperate plants and lead down to the Helford River.
Daffodils and primroses are followed by camellias, rhododendrons and bluebells. And don’t miss the wonderful wildflowers on the Holy bank overlooking the maze or the pear, cherry and apple orchards. The Maze was first laid out in 1833 – for Quakers it represents the choices to be made in life.
Don’t miss the Giant’s Stride, the bridge in the lower valley or the Maze that was replanted in 1992.
National Trust members visit for free.