Stroll beneath the woodland gardens at Picton Castle and find some of the tallest and oldest trees in west Wales along with an abundance of wild flowers and beautiful woodland shrubs from all corners of the world. Forty acres of woodland gardens include a unique collection of rhododendrons and rare species like myrtles, embothrium and eucryphia. There is also a maze, fern walk and a re-landscaped dewpond. The walled garden has an enchanting riot of colour during the summer months with an elegant fountain as a focal point, medicinal herbs, rose strewn arches and fascinating fernery.
Picton Castle also has a Historic House:
Picton Castle is part of the following Travel Ideas:
"Fiery hues may be the main attraction elsewhere, but autumn at Picton is all about cool blues, purples and pinks. Asters (Michaelmas daisies) are the mainstay of any border in autumn and you’ll find 400 varieties here, alongside other late-season perennials and shrubs. Many are on sale in the nursery, so you can take home a much-needed shot of colour for your own garden."
Information on Picton Castle garden , The Rhos , Haverfordwest
|Opening Times:||27th March - 30th Sept 2013, From 10.30am - 5.00pm|
|Admission:||Adult £6.50, Child £4.00, Senior Citizen £6.00. Group rates available for parties of 10 or more|
|Child Friendly:||Children of all ages welcome|
|Dog Friendly:||Dogs Permitted (Dogs on Leads)|
|Location:||Signposted three miles east of Haverfordwest and two miles south of the A40.|
Coaches Welcome (by appointment), Full Disabled Access, Guided Tours (restrictions may apply), Parking Availability, Plants for Sale, Restaurant
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