Higher Penderleath

Tree Planting in Cornwall at Higher Penderleath

Higher Penderleath is an area of land that is being planted with a mix of native broadleaf species.

IMPORTANT VISITOR INFOTake only photos. Leave only footsteps.

To keep the woodland as natural as possible we don’t label individual trees and we ask that visitors do not place their own plaques, labels, flowers, etc in the woodland. Each tree we plant should be seen as part of a natural woodland.

Before visiting this woodland, please read our Frequently Asked Questions page, which gives you helpful tips about your tree and visitor guidance.

Just a few miles from the Cornish seaside town of St. Ives, Higher Penderleath is located near the ruins of a Cornish tin mine and has views out across the sea.

A wide variety of native, British trees species have been planted throughout the area, improving its biodiversity.

This will create new wildlife habitats and corridors as well as providing food and nectar sources for birds and other animals.

Photo Gallery

  • Higher Penderleath  -  Cornwall  -  Newly Planted Trees In Shelters  -  July 2021
  • Higher Penderleath  -  Cornwall  -  Newly Planted Trees In Shelters And Tin Mine Ruins  -  July 2021
  • Higher Penderleath  -  Cornwall  -  Volunteers Planting New Trees  -  March 2021
  • Higher Penderleath  -  Cornwall  -  Before Tree Planting  -  February 2021
  • Oak Saplings Are Among The Trees Planted At This Location
  • Hazel Saplings Are Among The Trees Planted At This Location
  • Common Alder Trees  -  Alnus Glutinosa  -  Are Among The Trees Planted At This Location

Tree Species at Higher Penderleath

Since 2021 EFORESTS has worked with the land owners and local volunteers to plant 450 new native tree species.

The following tree species were planted on the site:

IMPORTANT VISITOR INFOTake only photos. Leave only footsteps.

To keep the woodland as natural as possible we don’t label individual trees and we ask that visitors do not place their own plaques, labels, flowers, etc in the woodland. Each tree we plant should be seen as part of a natural woodland.

Before visiting this woodland, please read our Frequently Asked Questions page, which gives you helpful tips about your tree and visitor guidance.

Dedicate a tree to be planted in Cornwall or elsewhere in the UK.