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Got a gorgeous Welsh garden this June? Then send us a picture

By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: May 26, 2014

By Paul Turner / paul.turner@swwmedia.co.uk / @readmybook

  • The garden of Sandra Robbs of Rhiwfawr

  • Looking lovely - the bluebell walk at Dinefwr Park

  • Beverly Lewis's Morriston garden is designed for wildlife - bees, birds and butterflies all pop by. The uncultivated section at the top attracts insects

  • The bluebell hedgerow at the bottom of Ian Patterson's Derwen Fawr garden

  • Mr and Mrs Evans's garden in Hunters RIdge, Tonna, Neath.

  • "This is my favourite plant in the garden at the moment," says Sally Cole, from Morriston of her Astrantia.

  • Environment Centre Garden, Swansea.

  • The garden of Ted Williams from Bettws

  • The garden of Ted Williams from Bettws

  • The garden of Ted Williams from Bettws

  • Work in progress on the garden of The garden of Ted Williams from Bettws

  • The garden of Ted Williams from Bettws

  • The garden of Ted Williams from Bettws

  • The garden of Ted Williams from Bettws

  • Peter Slee's West Cross garden. Why not send us a pic of your's.

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HOW is your garden growing?

We’d love to know.

You can see some of the south west Wales gardens we're already featuring in the gallery above.

If you have a gorgeous garden you’d like to show off on this website and in the South Wales Evening Post, then please email paul.turner@swwmedia.co.uk

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