Trevena Cross Nurseries

Trevena Cross isn’t your typical garden centre. We love our plants with passion and expertise. Our dedicated nursery team grow over 90% the plants we sell on-site in our huge, 32-acre nursery making us unusual and exceptional compared to the majority of other nurseries. We carefully select the best stock to bring-on and as our plants are home-grown we are able to ensure a continuous supply of high quality, nurtured plants for you choose from. We have a broad range of plants suitable for every space; from city window boxes and patio pots to country landscapes and exposed coastal locations. We have plant varieties that will thrive in your space and add colour, drama or greenery to your home/office environment.

If you prefer being in a garden rather than getting your hands dirty, you’re welcome to wander about our garden centre amongst our exotic palm trees and vibrant, rare plant specialities then treat yourself to something in our extensive gift department (one of West Cornwall’s largest). Finish off your day with us with a fireside winter cafe table or seat outside in patio sunshine and greenery. Enjoy a home-cooked breakfast, lunch or afternoon coffee and cake in our spacious, acclaimed Garden Kitchen Café. We look forward to welcoming you here soon.

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