Anita Rani from BBC CountryFile visited Antony Woodland Garden, part of the Antony Estate on the Rame Peninsula in Cornwall. “It’s quiet, calm and full of wildlife, and the managers here are working closely with one of their tenants to keep it that way. It’s rather an unexpected relationship, though […]Read More
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“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old; age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.” And so it was that on a sunny day in June, we gathered beneath the tall […]Read More
Christmas Trees for Sale at Antony Woodland Garden ‘Tis the season to be jolly… and what better way to make your Christmas extra special than with a Christmas Tree from the Antony Woodland Garden private collection. Despite the long hot summer our Christmas Trees have grown beautifully and are now […]Read More
Discover Antony Woodland Garden’s Autumn Splendour. Visitors often ask us about the plethora of trees, shrubs and plants that come together in splendid harmony to create Antony Woodland Garden, woodland trails and parkland. To celebrate the most colourful season of the year, Estate Manager Ian Rideout will be leading Discover […]Read More
This Autumn join the ‘Cone for a Scone’ Trail at Antony Woodland Garden. To celebrate the amazing colours that autumn brings to Antony Woodland Garden we are running a fabulous ‘Cone for a Scone’ Trail! Your task (should you choose to accept it!) is to collect a Monterey pine cone […]Read More
7 Tips to make the most of your visit to Antony Woodland Garden Each season brings something different to the Antony Woodland Garden; from carpets of Snowdrops and Bluebells to beautiful, fragrant and imposing Magnolias and Camellias, you will indulge all your senses in a delectable feast that Mother Nature serves […]Read More
Join the Sculpture Trail Treasure Hunt and Win a Delicious Ice-Cream! To celebrate summer Antony Woodland Gardens are running a ‘Cone for a Cone’ Competition! Your task (should you choose to accept it!) is to collect a Monterey pine cone and swap it for a delicious ice-cream at the Broomhill […]Read More