Tremeer Gardens


Lady George

St Tudy PL30 3NL

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The original 5 acre garden was laid out in 1945 by General Harrison, encouraged by Walter Magor of Lamellen. Both were distinguished collectors and propagators of azaleas and rhododendrons and as a result there are now many mature and unusual shrubs to enjoy. Paths lead from expansive lawn in front of house through woodland to small lake.


It is believed the first blood transfusion in the history of medicine was conducted by Dr Richard Lower in 1667 in the basement of Tremeer.

The garden has a bed of azaleas, some of which are the original WILSON fifty, so called because they were selected by Ernest H Wilson in 1919 from the garden of Akashi in Kurume, Japan.


If you missed the NGS "Open Day" you missed a treat!

Click here for Tremeer Open Day


"Tremeer Gardens Open - National Gardens Scheme"

Sunday 26th April - 12noon to 5pm



Click here for Tremeer Snowdrops

Click here for Tremeer Azaleas

Click here for Tremeer Open Day