Jim and Gay first started creating this unique garden for their own children, and then expanded it into a magical children’s fantasy garden when their grand-children came along. Their fantasy features are handmade by the couple, who take joy in making something unique and turning different materials into something magical.
The garden is part of The National Garden Scheme which give visitors unique access to over 3,700 exceptional private gardens in England and Wales, and raises impressive amounts of money for nursing and health charities through admissions, teas and cake.
One of our favorite features is the Indian Temple made out of concrete and 2,500 green bottles:
This magical forest den was built around a fireplace Gay and Jim found at the tip. The walls are fashioned from bamboo and they painted bricks to look like books.
Each section has an authentic theme which is embellished by all sorts of objects with have been recycled and reused to fit their purpose.
For more information on both Bwlch y Geuffordd Gardens and The National Garden Scheme please click the following links: