A 1 acre, ever evolving garden challenge, set in the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains at 1100ft. This is a plantaholics haven where borders are full of many unusual plants and lots of old favourites. There are raised vegetable gardens, a 100ft herbaceous border, recently planted natural bog areas, winding pathways through semi-woodland and magnificent views over the Cothi valley.
Rare breed turkeys, chickens, geese and rabbits!
Sunday 25 June (2 - 6pm). Combined admission with Sculptors Garden, The Old Post Office £5.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Visitors also welcome by arrangement June to August (Bwlchau Duon only). Admission £3.00, children free. Home-made teas.
How to find us
Bwlchau Duon, Ffarmers, Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire, SA19 8JJ
7m SE Lampeter, 8m NW Llanwrda. From A482 turn to Ffarmers. In Ffarmers, take lane opp Drovers Arms PH. Shortly after caravan site on L there is a very small Xrds, turn L into single track lane & follow NGS arrows.
More about Bwlchau Duon
A tranquil and peaceful 1 acre, ever evolving ' Garden Challenge', set in the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains at 1100ft. Created over the last 8 years this is a 'plantaholics haven' where borders and beds are full of many unusual plants and of course lots of old favourites, There are raised vegetable gardens, a 100ft herbaceous border, winding pathways, boardwalks and bridges take you through semi woodland too recently planted natural bog areas and magnificent views over the Cothi valley.