Tresco Abbey Garden
Established in the 19th century around the ruins of a Benedictine Abbey, the garden is a sanctuary for some 4,000 specimens from across the subtropics, from Brazil to New Zealand, Burma to South Africa. Meander through the garden’s winding paths, marvelling at the spectacular array of exotic plants flourishing in an English Garden. In spring, flowers bloom weeks ahead of the mainland and even at the winter solstice there are around 300 species of plants in glorious bloom.
A must for garden lovers!