The Tea Grown in England
The first tea gardens in the UK yielded Britain’s first home-grown English tea in 2005, creating the ultimate Britishness in every cup. 15 Years later and up to 20,000 tea bushes are planted every year, in new English tea garden areas across the wider estate in Cornwall. The flora around the tea includes the famous pink Magnolia campbellii that was introduced from Darjeeling and often heralds spring in Cornwall before it arrives in Darjeeling!
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The Tregothnan Estate
Tregothnan has the largest historic, botanic garden in Cornwall. Its character was formed by the sixth Viscount Falmouth and his brother – the rector of nearby Lamorran who brought Rhododendrons, rare trees, shrubs and ornamental Camellias into the arboretum two hundred years ago.