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Llwyngarreg Garden

Llwyngarreg Garden is a 4 acre garden started by Liz and Paul O’Neill in 2000, located on the Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire border.

Head Gardener's Comment

4 acres of plantsman's heaven open for charity. Many rarities and tender plants, designed for year-round interest with many trees and shrubs under-planted with perennials. Quirky structures, some made from living willow, stream garden, bog gardens. Child and dog friendly. Llwyngarreg will delight the discerning plantsman with its many rarities including species Primulas, Restios, many bamboos with Roscoeas, Hedychiums and Salvias extending the season through to riotous autumn colour. Trees and Rhododendrons have been under planted with perennials, with an extensive grass bed in the centre and three springs meeting to form a stream around the main garden. This provides several bog garden opportunities – perfect for colour in May and June. Deep water in places necessitates children be supervised. Limited wheelchair access. More details on llwyngarreg.co.uk

Photograph © Llwyngarreg
Photograph © Llwyngarreg
Photograph © Llwyngarreg
Photograph © Llwyngarreg

History

Llwyngarreg Garden is 20 years in the making.

Plants of note

Magnolia, Rhododendron, Primula species, Dieramas, Roscoea, Salvias, Hedychiums, bamboos.

Whitland, Carmarthenshire, Wales, SA34 0XH

10am-5pm

£5 children free

Visit the Llwyngarreg Garden website

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