Gardens in Wales
In Wales we look after an amazing collection of gardens which encompass more than 500 years of history. Discover walled gardens, Italianate terraces, intimate garden rooms, herbaceous borders, arboretums and more. From delicate spring blossom and vibrant summer blooms, to rich autumn colour and crisp winter views, our gardens never fail to impress.
Visit Wales for colourful spring blossom. Be surrounded by pinks and reds at Bodnant Garden in Conwy when you see magnolias, camelias and rhododendrons. Or, discover the orchard at Llanerchaeron in Ceredigion that wakes up during the spring and puts on a show of delicate blossom.
Flowering between January and March, Snowdrops are a welcome sign that spring is on the way. Here’s our pick of the best places to see snowdrops at our special places in Wales.
The national flower of Wales is in full bloom. Golden daffodils are carpeting the grounds of the castles and estates we look after. Come and be part of this magical moment of spring at places such as Powis Castle and Garden in Powys and Llanerchaeron near Aberaeron.
The sight of bluebells is a seasonal highlight not to be missed at the wild woodlands and green gardens we care for in Wales. You can follow a woodland trail at Chirk Castle, Wrexham to see swathes of bluebells, and carpets of the blue flowers can be found at places like Llanerchaeron, Ceredigion, in the wooded Aeron valley.