A garden has many different meanings. It can be a place for wildlife to thrive, a scene of great beauty, a cosy spot to lie in the sun reading a book, somewhere to entertain and share with loved ones, or simply a place of peace. Each of us has our own idea of the perfect … Continue reading May at Lamorran
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April has arrived, the sun is shining, and the garden is now officially open! Whether you’re an avid gardener, a rhododendron fanatic, or just fancy a fun day out with some cake, Lamorran gardens is the place to be. Being blessed with a sub-tropical climate, here at Lamorran we’re lucky enough to host a collection … Continue reading April at Lamorran
Spring has arrived at Lamorran gardens and the flowers here are ready to show off! Ever eager to burst out at the first hints of the sunnier season, our camellias are now in full bloom and ready to impress. We have several varieties here to see, big and small, that can be seen stretching … Continue reading March at Lamorran
Lamorran Garden will reopen their gates for the new season on Wednesday 3rd April 2019 at 10am. We look forward to welcoming our visitors then.
Unusually we will be opening this Sunday (23rd April) from 11am - 4pm, with all proceeds going to the National Garden Scheme.
Perfectly simple white blooms with a sweet spicy fragrance, Michelia doltsopa. Often overlooked due it to its association with scrappy car park verges, the genus Skimmia contains many delights with a long season of interest and a delicious fragrance in spring reminiscent of their Citrus relatives. Cyclamen repandum spreading along the path. A firery awakening … Continue reading Of interest in the garden this week..
Come and see the spirit of spring at Lamorran House Gardens, which will be opening its gates once again next week. Come along on a Wednesday or Friday, from 10am - 5pm, to see the garden awakening this spring. The majestic fronds of Cyathea australis, the Rough Tree Fern, unfurling in the morning light.
Our Senecio grandiflorus catching some rays..