Category Archives: Leisure

The Cottage in the Garden

Enjoy the garden when it is closed. Stay in Y Bwthyn Bach, our small holiday cottage situated in the heart of this peaceful location, and open your door to the morning sun, the abundant garden and views of the Preseli … Continue reading

Evented in Leisure | Leave a comment

Get Involved

We are recruiting volunteers for our 2017 season! Do you want to: Learn new skills Meet new people Grow your horticultural knowledge Work in a beautiful environment! In return: You will receive FREE entry into the garden for the season … Continue reading

Evented in Leisure | Leave a comment

Season Tickets & Gift Vouchers

For the garden lover in your life, Gift Vouchers and Season Tickets will bring pleasure throughout the coming year. There are so many reasons to use a Season Ticket: See how the garden changes, watch the movement of light and … Continue reading

Evented in Leisure | Leave a comment

Workshops at Dyffryn Fernant

Garden Making with Christina Shand, propagation with Andrew Chapman BSc Hons (Hort), looking at different aspects of garden making. These workshops can be tailor made to suit your requirements and can be booked for groups of five or more. Garden … Continue reading

Evented in Archive, Leisure | Comments Off on Workshops at Dyffryn Fernant

Guided Walks

A series of three informal guided walks, looking at Dyffryn Fernant in the height of its Spring, Summer and Autumn seasons, led by the garden maker Christina Shand. Each walk will be held in the late afternoon and early evening … Continue reading

Evented in Archive, Leisure | Leave a comment

Propagation Workshops

A series of five informal workshops with Andrew Chapman BSc (Hons) Hort. looking at different aspects of propagation, from seed-sowing to hard wood cuttings. Taking place on the five dates throughout our season, each 3-hour session will cost £25 per … Continue reading

Evented in Archive, Leisure | Leave a comment

Scything Workshops

Join us at Dyffryn Fernant for a demonstration of scything using the Austrian Scythe, a lightweight version of the traditional English variety.  Experienced local Scythesman, Alastair Inglis, will be mowing an area of grass and will be available to answer … Continue reading

Evented in Archive, Leisure | Leave a comment