MonardadidymaAdamPure Red120cm




MonardadidymaBeauty of CobhamPale Pink/Burgundy calyx90 - 120cm


MonardaPunctataBlue BeebalmYellow with puple spots90 cm


MonardadidymaBlue StockingViolet Blue60 - 90cm


MonardadidymaCambridge ScarletScarlet90 - 100cm


MonardadidymaCoral ReefLight and dark Pink60cm


MonardadidymaCranberry LaceRich Magenta60cm


MonardadidymaCroftway PinkPink60cm


MonardadidymaDidymaPink and Red100 - 150cm              


MonardadidymaEarl GreyDeep Red/Crimson Bracts60 -75cm


MonardadidymaElsies LavenderRich Lavender60 cm


MonardapunctataFantasyPink with Yellow centre100 - 120cm


MonardadidymaFireballBright Carmine90 - 120cm


MonardadidymaGardenview ScarletBright Red120 - 140cm


MonardadidymaGeminiDusky Red Flowers90cm


MonardadidymaGewitterwolkeDark Red/Purple90cm


MonardadidymaHartswood WineRich Purple60cm


MonardadidymaJacob ClineFiery Red60 - 90cm


MonardadidymaKardinalPlum Red90cm




MonardadidymaLoddon CrownReddish Purple/Brown calyx120 - 150cm


MonardadidymaMahoganyRed with Pink90cm


MonardadidymaMarshalls DelightDeep Pink80 -100cm


MonardadidymaMelissaRose Pink/Purple calyx90 - 110 cm


MonardadidymaMohawkViolet with Lavender centre90 - 120cm


MonardadidymaPanoramaBright Red60 - 90cm


MonardadidymaPink LacePink tinged with Purple40cm


MonardadidymaPink SupremeCerise Pink75 - 90cm


MonardadidymaPink TourmalineRaspberry Pink90cm


MonardadidymaPiscesPink edged with dark Pink60cm


MonardadidymaPrarie NightLilac/Purple120cm


MonardadidymaRuby GlowDark Pink80cm


MonardadidymaSagittauriusDeep Carmine Red60cm


MonardaPunctataSaxon PurplePlum Purple


MonardadidymaSchneewitchenPure White90cm


MonardadidymaScorpionPurple/Red90 - 120cm


MonardadidymaSiouxWhite with Pink edges60cm


MonardadidymaSnow QueenWhite80cm


MonardadidymaSquawBright Red90 - 120cm


MonardadidymaSugar LaceLight and dark Pink60 cm


MonardadidymaVintage WineWine Red90 - 120cm


MonardadidymaViolet QueenDeep Purple90cm



 Glyn Bach Gardens  (Gerddi Glyn Bach)






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Carole is a whizz at nursing sick animals, whether they be hedgehogs or birds. This Bullfinch was about to be released.

This Tawny owl was one of a pair which had young in one of our boxes. It would be seen regularly during the day, but never far from the nest. We have had nesting owls every year.

The Great tits in this nest box were about to fledge when a Weazel took every one to feed its young. We shouted, clapped our hands and Freddie even barked but the Weazel just ignored us and stored the unfortunate birds in a hole in the wall. Later in the day it brought its young to the stash for a feed.

We have developed areas specifically for our healthy population of Lizards. They can sometimes be seen clinging to the wall immediately outside the kitchen door

We have some pretty cool insects in the garden, this Oil beetle is one of them.

It is a parasite of Bumble bees. Its larvae climb up a flower and hitch a ride back to the bees nest where it enters a cell, eats the bee larvae and also the stored food.

One of the many Moth species we have, and one of the most spectacular.... The Elephant Hawk Moth.

This is another reptile which we have created a habitat for. In the summer you can be guaranteed to see one..... if you know where to look. (we have lots of bits of tin for them to bask under).

The young Tawny owls are really cute but you can only see them like this for one day as they soon 'branch out'.

A newly fledged Great Spotted woodpecker about to be released after flying into a window. We have lots of stickers on all the windows now.

This male Sparrow Hawk had just helped itself to a clutch of Swallows inside our cowshed. They did successfully rear a second clutch though.

The young weazels are moved regularly to various locations within the garden. Here they are under the tin.

We have larval food plants for most of our native butterflies. This is an orange tip.

We have two Fritillaries breeding in the garden. The Silver Washed and the Dark Green.

This is a Silver Washed.

We have our own Beehives but we don't want too many as they may out-compete other pollinators.

This is another really cool insect... a Bee Fly! It is also a parasite of Bumble bees and hovers over the bees nest to flick its eggs into the entrance. The larvae hatch, make their way into the nest, enter the larval cell and eat the contents.

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