Welcome to our garden website. Llwyngarreg is a 4 acre garden in West Wales, right on the Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire border. It was started by Liz and Paul O’Neill in 2000 and joined the National Garden Scheme in 2006.
We open ONLY for this charity, and are open on most days.
To avoid disappointment, please check our phone message on: 01994 240717 . For group bookings, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Entrance is £5. Children free, dogs on leads are welcome, also tidy picnics. Seating is placed at intervals.
Our objective has been to grow the plants we admire in an aesthetically pleasing way, creating drama and colour all year round. We grow a lot of plants which do well in wet, mild, West Wales; Rhododendron, Acer, Primula, Bamboos, blue Meconopsis, Magnolia and some which have been a surprise: Dierama, Agapanthus, Tigridia, and Colocasia. We have grown a lot of plants (including many trees) from seed and continue to do so.
If you visit please do not expect to see a completed garden; it will never be finished! We enjoy making quirky structures, some out of living willow, which children can enjoy.
Wildlife has increased immeasurably as the garden has developed, most of it welcome, some merely tolerated. The bird and insect life thrives. There is the sound of running water and occasional chimes, which emphasize the quietness and peace. Most of the garden is wheelchair accessible.
To see more views of the garden, go to "Garden Plan" then "Aerial views" and click on the camera icons. To return, use the back button.