Open Gardens - South Bosent
About the event
The land surrounding this old farmhouse has been planted to encourage wildlife; fruit trees, a wild flower meadow, and ponds all enrich the local ecosystem.
This amazing 9 acre wildlife garden has been developed from farmland over the last 6 years and is still evolving. It has a variety of different aspects to the garden including ponds, bluebell filled woodland and formal and informal flower planting. Many trees and shrubs have been planted and this garden is already seeing a large increase in insects, butterflies, moths, birds and mammals including many bats.
Price£5 on arrival (cash and card accepted. Card payments will be dependent on mobile signal).
Free for under 16’s
Suitable forFamilies, Adults
Know before you go
Limited access except for the top of the garden.
What to bring
To quench your thirst and sweet cravings, we will have delicious volunteer baked cakes, tea, coffee and other drinks for sale, so remember to bring cash. You can also buy a plant (or two or three) from the plant stall. All proceeds will go to the Cornwall Wildlife Trust.
Parking informationIn the field
South Bosent Interview
The pandemic sadly meant that the Open Garden 2020 series couldn't take place. Instead, in depth interviews were held with the garden owners, including one for South Bosent. Click on the below blog to hear more about the history of their beautiful garden, wildlife and gardening hints and tips