Experienced horticulturists, expert gardeners and those who just delight in visiting beautiful gardens, will all find plenty to see, and enjoy. Many of the gardens specialise in particular plants so there is a great opportunity to find some unusual specimens for your own garden. All the garden owners are great enthusiasts and delight in sharing their knowledge and experiences with you.
Friday 16th February 2018 - Sunday 18th February Location: Tysul Hall
The three-day event is the perfect start to your gardening year with expert talks on everything from growing fruit and vegetables to attracting bees and butterflies. A wide array of garden-related stands including primulas, hellebores, herbaceous plants, shrubs, daffodils and other winter bulbs. On the edible front, potatoes and herbs will be available for a head start on your veggie gardening. Garden related gifts, and paintings, garden furniture including bird boxes and bird tables. Garden/plant societies, days out to local gardens and many more. Refreshments: There will be a tea shop in the hall, open all day, serving delicious home baked cakes and refreshments
Saturday 4th August 2018 Location: Cardigan & Around
Cardigan's popular annual agricultural show with livestock judging, music and a great atmosphere. Located just off the A487 south of Cardigan, shortly after the Longdown St. junction to St.Dogmael's.
If you are visiting The National Botanical Gardens or Aberglassney, The Garden Lost in Time, why not stay on the coast around Cardigan Bay. Enjoy the natural delights of this peaceful, un-crowded area.
Cae Hir is a very special Ornamental Garden not to be missed when you visit Lampeter.
Stay in first class accommodation set in delightful grounds and gardens.
For full information on the gardens listed above including opening times and facilities see The National Garden Scheme website www.ngs.org.uk