Gardens in Pembrokeshire
The National Trust’s Colby Woodland garden near Amroth in spring brings carpets of bluebells, crocuses, and daffodils.
The 40-acre woodland garden at Picton Castle some of the largest and oldest trees in west Wales that blend with unusual woodland shrubs from all corners of the world.
Upton Castle Gardens are several gardens in one. A walled garden, a formal rose garden all surrounded by an arboretum of rare trees planted in the 1920’s and 30’s.
In the Preseli hills, Penlan Uchaf is a landscaped garden with herb garden, mountain stream and ponds.
In the hamlet of Llanychaer near Fishguard, Dyffryn Fernant is a 6-acre garden that started life in 1996 as ‘complete wilderness’. The garden now features a wide range of planting including a bog garden, ornamental grass field and a fernery.
Discover more gardens and the secrets that lie behind Pembrokeshire’s walled gardens.
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Colby Woodland Garden
Colby’s hidden wooded valley is full of surprises. Spring brings carpets of bluebells, crocuses, and daffodils, then swathes of camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas, followed by hydrangeas and the summer wildflowers. Enjoy shady woodland walks, the wildflower meadow and colourful walled garden in summer, and the marvellous colours of acers, dogwoods and sweet-gum in autumn.
Stackpole Walled Gardens
The 6 acre walled garden on the Stackpole Estate was created around 1770 to provide vegetables and fruit for Sir John Campbell (Lord Cawdor) and his family.
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