Situated in the popular village of Gwaelod-y-Garth on the northern edge of Cardiff this informal terraced garden is entering its more mature stage and provides much to enjoy.
Sunday 28 May, Monday 29 May (11am - 5pm). Admission £3.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Ms Christine Myant
How to find us
The Old Post Office, Main Road, Gwaelod-Y-Garth, Cardiff, Glamorgan, CF15 9HJ
N of Cardiff nr Radyr & Pentyrch. Garden on L of rd, 4 houses pass PH. Parking in school car park further down hill.
More about The Old Post Office
Despite the voracity of the Welsh slugs, flowers flourish in this hill side haven.
The garden provides different areas for the eclectic collection of plants. The terraced garden allows the visitor various sections to enjoy, not only what is in the garden, but also the views of the hills opposite. There is colour and interest all year round with something for everyone.
Visitors will need to leave their heeled shoes at home and don their crampons to explore this interesting garden. With its many paths and levels visitors will have time to enjoy the cottage garden style planting - an excuse to allow the owner a bit more of a less formal approach to where and how plants grow!
The upper level of this garden is planted with shade loving ferns and plants, with the more sun loving flowers sited on the lower levels.
Allow plenty of time to explore, or time to relax, sit and appreciate the stunning views whilst enjoying the company, views and home-made refreshments on offer.