Lethytep is a stunning 52-acre garden specifically designed to attract wildlife. Visitors can see for themselves when it opens in aid of Cornwall Wildlife Trust on Sunday 23rd June as part of their Open Gardens scheme for 2019.
The garden at Penadlake, Lanreath, is open from 11.00am to 4.30pm. Admission is £5 with under 16s free, sorry no dogs at this garden. Refreshments will be available with cream teas and beverages provided by Roddas, Berrymans, and Cornish Coffee. There will also be a plant stall.
Wildflower meadows descend to three large ponds full of aquatic plants, birds and insects. A meandering path leads along a grass meadow, down through the woods then out onto a wetland area full of wildflowers, orchids, dragonflies, and butterflies. Gardeners will enjoy this one just as much as the wildlife does.