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The Crystal Garden

¾ acre garden for plantaholics with yr-round floral colour and foliage interest. Intriguing layout of sheltered rooms full of surprises packed with unusual shrubs, perennials and garden favourites. Ever changing outer garden. The garden never stands still. Specialities incl hebes and hydrangeas. A warm welcome awaits.

Art wall, glazed visitor room.

Sunday 16 April, Monday 17 April (1 - 5pm).
Daily Sunday 7 May to Sunday 21 May (1 - 5pm).
Daily Thursday 1 June to Wednesday 14 June (1 - 5pm).
Daily Saturday 1 July to Friday 14 July (1 - 5pm).
Daily Tuesday 1 August to Thursday 10 August (1 - 5pm).
Daily Sunday 3 September to Saturday 9 September (1 - 5pm).
Admission £3.00, children free. Tea.

Visitors also welcome by arrangement May to September. Teas on request when booking. Admission £3.00, children free.

Mrs Sue Clark
01437 721082
sueclark132@gmail.com
www.thecrystalgarden.org.uk

How to find us

The Crystal Garden, Golwg yr Ynys, Carnhedryn, St Davids, Pembrokeshire, SA62 6XT

4m E of St Davids, 11m SW of Fishguard, 2m N of Solva. Village of Carnhedryn, off A487 between Fishguard & St Davids.

More about The Crystal Garden

The garden consists of two distinct areas; an inner garden of sheltered rooms designed to intrigue with twists and turns, filled with colour themed beds, carefully blended foliage shrubs and cosy places to sit and linger. Then there is the open garden with long borders full of shrubs and perennials, the prairie bed which is at its best in late summer/early autumn bursting with colourful asters, rudbeckias, helianthus, the dahlia and annual borders and grasses galore. In addition to the plants there is the Crystal Pavilion and the art wall to view. The wildlife has not been forgotten and there is a natural bramble area where you might spot a white throat. We have toads and lizards and slow worms. Springtime displays include 17 different flowering cherries, together with viburnums, magnolias and camellias underplanted with bulbs and hellibores. From then on something new opens every day. Blooming enkianthus and deutzia are followed by kalmia and cistus. The summer months provide a mass of colour from lilies, kniphofias, campanulas and dierama to name but a few. Asters, fuchsias and salvias are to be found in abundance. There is a glazed visitors room by the bird feeders. So come and enjoy tea and home-made cake if you like.