Nant y Bedd

Unfortunately, this workshop is now fully booked. Our final workshop of this year gives you the chance to make your very own Christmas Wreath for your front door. Led by Sue,...

If you follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or get our bi-monthly Newsletter, you should already know that Nant y Bedd Garden has been shortlisted as one of the top 30...

This week 50 years ago we were regaled by what has gone down as one of the most iconic statements in the English language – “One small step for a man,...

Gardens can be colourful and full of flowers OR highly productive vegetable gardens but not particularly colourful or flowery.  Right?  Actually they can be both and the humble pea is a good example...

Having just climbed out of the pond after my second swim of the Easter weekend – a little bracing, but most satisfying – it struck me that only a fortnight ago...

I do hope the Japanese characters at the top are the right ones – I got them from the website of our latest event provider! PLEASE NOTE: this blog was written...

We left off in Part 1 just as June came to a close. From July until the end of September is our “Open Season”, so not only lots to do in...

Well, everyone else seems to be doing it – there’s no ‘news’ in the newspapers at the moment – so I thought I’d treat you to some bits of 2018 that...

The hot weather at the start of the summer has definitely had a big effect on many of our crops.  Without going into the usual veggies, spuds onions beans, beans, beans...

This year, in addition to the usual garden openings, we are offering a number of courses and events led by Sue and by Liz Knight of Forage Fine Foods. Click on...