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Llwyngarreg Garden

SA34 0XH
SA34 0XH
Telephone 01994 240717

Llwyngarreg is a 3 1/2 acre garden in West Wales, right on the Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire border. It was started by Liz and Paul O'Neill in 2000.

Their objective has been to create the right niches (they are both biologists) to grow the plants they admire and to try to do so in an aesthetically pleasing way. They grow a lot of plants which should do well in wet mild West Wales; Rhododendron, Acer, Primula, Bamboos, Meconopsis, Magnolia and some which have been a surprise: Dierama, Agapanthus, Tigridia, and Colocasia. They have grown a lot of plants from seed and continue to do so.

If you visit please do not expect to see a completed garden; it will never be finished! They enjoy making sculptures and structures out of living willow which children can enjoy along with the swings.

Wildlife has increased immeasurably as the garden has developed, most of it welcome, some merely tolerated!

Adults 3.50 and children free.



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