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Magnolias

Antony Woodland Garden is known for its magnolias, which come into their own from February through to early May. With over 50 different varieties growing within the Rame Peninsula’s unique microclimate, the magnolias at Antony are one of the best collections in Conrnwall.

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Magnolia Caerhays Surprise - Antony Woodland Garden

International Camellia Garden of Excellence

One of only five International Camellia Gardens of Excellence in the United Kingdom, Antony Woodland Garden has one of the foremost collections in the world. Mainly collected in West Down Valley the riot of colour the Camellias produce each spring is simply breathtaking. Antony Woodland Garden also contains the National […]

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C.X. Williams 11 Majorie Walegrave 2 - Antony Woodland Garden

Wildflowers

From January onwards when the Snowdrops start to appear the floor of the garden becomes covered in a mass of wildflowers. Bluebells and Wild Garlic carpet the ground from March onwards mixed in with Primroses, and finally in summer the wildflowers in the rides looking back towards Antony House appear. […]

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Daisies at Antony Woodland Garden

Views and Landscapes

Surrounded by the Lynher Estuary and the formal setting of Antony House, the landscapes and views are simply stunning. The Lynher Valley is a designated Area of Outstanding Beauty and on a quiet day there is no other sound than the quiet lapping of the water against the shore and […]

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Lynher Estuary - Antony Woodland Garden

Sculpture

Over the years Sir Richard Carew Pole has introduced contemporary sculpture into the garden, whether it be the strong sweep of Wrapt by Eilish O’Connell, the split open stone of Peter Randall Page, or Tim Shaw’s Green Man – the garden is full of unexpected pieces.

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Green Man Detail - Antony Woodland Garden