Glyn Bach Gardens is committed to providing a safe habitat for all Wildlife but especially for the 4 B's: Bats Bees, Birds and Butterflies.
Glyn Bach Gardens are open to the public, in aid of Plant Heritage, for our National Collection of Monardas.
Situated in beautiful Pembrokeshire, Glyn Bach lies below the Preselli hills, alongside the Eastern Cleddau river, at an altitude of approx 420 feet.
The gardens are being developed to benefit wildlife and the wider environment. They include:- perenial borders, alpine beds, boggy areas, woodland garden, monarda collection, veg beds, fruit cage, polytunnels, greenhouse, wildlife pond, woodland walks, bee hives with experimental flower beds....and much more.
Mae'r gerddi yn cael eu datblygu er budd bywyd gwyllt a'r amgylchedd. Maent yn cynnwys:- ffiniau lluosflwydd, gwelyau alpaidd, ardaloedd corsiog, gardd goetir, casgliad o flodau Monarda, gwelyau llysiau, gardd ffrwythau, tŷ gwydr, pwll bywyd gwyllt, teithiau cerdded o amgylch y goedwig, cychod gwenyn, gardd flodau arbrofol.... a llawer mwy!
See our 'visit' page for information on openings or
Please ring 01994 419104 Ffonwich: 01994 419104
To see how the garden looks right now, go to the 'This week' page
Glyn Bach gardens hold a National Collection of Monardas
Mae Gerddi Glyn Bach bellach yn dal Casgliad Cenedlaethol o Flodau Monardas
All photos are the property of Glyn Bach Gardens and are copyright protected.
AS FEATURED IN: RHS 'THE GARDEN' 2016 AND 'GARDEN NEWS' 2018
Our recent visit by carol Klein and her team from BBC Gardeners World.
The Monarda item was shown on 24th August and the BBC did a wonderful job.
Carol Klein was excellent, She was so enthusiastic and covered as much of the subject as she could within the time available. We were so pleased that it was her as she is our favourite gardening presenter and she has the knack of making even the most boring plants interesting.
She is lovely on screen but even lovelier in the flesh.
Because of the recent dry weather a lot of the Monardas were past their best and some were suffering badly from powdery mildew. In fact, looking at the photo above, I think Carol was struggling to find one without it. Even so, the BBC still managed to show them at their best.