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Glyn Bach Gardens occasionally open to the public, in aid of Plant Heritage, for our National Collection of Monarda. [Please be aware, this is a private garden and not a business]

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 greater environment. They include: perennial borders, island beds, alpine walls, boggy areas, woodland garden, Monarda exhibition beds, veg beds, fruit cage, polytunnels, large wildlife pond, woodland walks, bee hives with experimental pollinator beds.....and much more!

Mae'r gerddi yn cael eu dathlygu er budd bywyd gwyllt a'r amgyichedd. Maent yn cynnwys, ffiniau lluosflwydd, gwelyau alpaidd, ardaloedd corsiog, gardd goetir, casgliad o flodau Monarda, gwelyau llysiau, gardd ffrwwthau, ty gwydr, pwll bywyd gwyllt, teithiau cordded o amgylch y goedwig, cychod gwenyn, gardd flodau arbrofel..,...a llawer mwy! 

The garden through the seasons

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About Us

Glyn Bach Gardens hold a National Collection of Monarda

Mae Gerddi Glyn Bach bellach yn dal Casgliad Cenediaethol o Flodau Monardas

The Monarda collection
As featured in the following garden media;

Gardeners World: August 2018 and 2020.

RHS 'The Garden' 2016

Garden News 2018.

The English Garden August 2020

Countryside Magazine June 2021




The collection

Watercolor Bird 2

Monarda in the garden


The collection is spread throughout the garden...

We receive support and assistance from a wonderful plant conservation charity.........


They are the only National Charity to ensure the cultivated plants we grow now will be available to future generations for cultural, medical, culinary and aesthetic use. They do this through the National Plant Collection scheme, their plant guardians and their local group network.

Plant Heritage

To see video of the garden, please see our facebook page

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