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Pine Lodge Gardens
URL:Goto this web site  http://www.pine-lodge.co.uk/ 
Name:Pine Lodge Gardens garden photo
Pine Lodge Gardens, Cornwall, UK
Photo: Shirley Clemo



 
Alternate Name: 
Address:Cuddra, Holmbush 
Mailing Address: 
City:St Austell 
State:Cornwall 
Postal Code:PL25 3RQ 
Country:UNITED KINGDOM 
Latitude/Longitude:lat=50.3333; long=-4.8
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Phone:+44 (0) 1726 73500 
Fax:+44 (0) 1726 77370 
E-Mail:gardens@pine-lodge.co.uk 
Contact:Raymond & Shirley Clemo 
Designer(s): 
Contruction Date:2001 (ongoing) 
Public/Private:PUBLIC 
Hours:Open daily except Dec 24-26, 10am - 6pm (last admission at 5pm)
Organized, pre-booked groups of 20+ people are welcome all year. Please see the web site for a booking form.
 
Admission:5-50 per person 
Added to JGarden:2/3/2002 
Last Updated:10/23/2005 
Sources:Shirley Clemo  
JGarden Description:Pine Lodge Gardens is an arboretum with a series of sub-gardens plus a plants nursery started by Raymond and Shirley Clemo. One of the sub-gardens is a Japanese garden that has been taking shape since 1998. The garden is in the middle of the north edge of the site just past the plant nursery. The design is a pond-centered stroll garden with a 'Summer House' as the primary focal point. Work is proceeding on a a formal entrace and the area to the rear of the Summer House.

The other gardens at Pine Lodge include Woodland, Wildlife, Cottage and Formal styles.
  • Free car and coach parking
  • Over 6,000 labelled plants
  • Cafe with tea, coffee and light lunch
  • Garden suitable for wheelchair use
  • Plants for sale all propagated at the garden
  • Guided Tours or Illustrated Talk with Raymond or Shirley Clemo for Parties - by previous appointment only

The gardens are just East of St Austell, off the A390, between Holmbush and Tregrehan. Look for the Brown Tourist Signs 100 yards before the entrance lane on the A390. Detailed directions and map are on the web site. 




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