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There are six different words for 'green' in Welsh and it needs every one of them! Erwlon is located in a region rich in gorgeous green spaces, from man-made masterpieces like The National Botanic Garden of Wales or the restored splendour of Aberglasney to the spectacular, natural beauty of the Cambrian Mountains or our National Parks along the Pembrokeshire Coast or over the Brecon Beacons.
This part of our web site should give you a flavour of what is available and the web links will give you even more details. The "One Big Garden" web site is also a useful introduction to some of the premier, formal garden attractions of South West Wales
"With its verdant rolling landscapes and headlining horticultural attractions, it's no surprise that Carmarthenshire has become known as 'The Garden of Wales'. From the ultra modern National Botanic Garden of Wales in the Tywi Valley to Aberglasney with its beautiful 16th and 17th century garden and the fascinating Hywel Dda Centre, garden lovers will find something for them."
"The abundance of natural flora, excellent garden attractions and spectacular landscapes combine to give Pembrokeshire a deserved reputation as a paradise for those who love the outdoor life. Almost a third of the county, including the entire coastal strip is in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and there are beautiful gardens in natural settings to visit too."
"Swansea Bay includes the Gower Peninsula, the UK's first ever designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and one of the country's finest wild areas. Swansea Bay itself is protected by hills and warmed by the sea, creating a micro-climate in which tender plants flourish. Ideal for all the wonderful gardens and parks for you to visit."
For a little more detail select from the following: