The Dingle Nurseries & Garden PDF Print E-mail

The internationally acclaimed, four-acre garden at the Dingle is the lifetime work of Barbara and Roy Joseph. The Garden is run by her grandson Duncan and his wife Clare, with the support of the rest of the Joseph family and the knowledgeable team at the adjoining Nursery. Barbara has created a secluded and beautiful area with in mid Wales' rolling hills, which serves to inspire visitors all year round.  


The garden is especially well known for its colour-themed and unusual planting which includes lakeside, lawned and mixed bed areas showcasing a wide and unusual range of shrubs, tree and herbaceous planting that offers a perfect opportunity to take a relaxed stroll, entertain the children while they search out hiding places and dens, enjoy a picnic lunch, or to simply gain inspiration for that next gardening idea.  


Apart from the variety and beauty of the garden what makes the experience unique is that most of the varieties are provided by the adjoining nursery. The Dingle Garden offers an ideal day out which can be enjoyed as a special trip or as a way of breaking a journey on the way to the coast or Mountains, we hope you will agree.


People from all over the country and some from abroad visit our famous gardens and nursery and we also welcome coach parties. Visitors can always be sure of a warm welcome at the Dingle Nurseries whether you have come to browse for half an hour or are spending the whole day here. Whilst here you can relax and enjoy a free cup of tea or coffee, browse through our reference books and chat to our knowledgeable staff about your gardening requirements.  


We always enjoy meeting people who are as enthusiastic about plants as we are! The Dingle Garden is on a steep site with steps hence wheelchair access is not advised although limited access to the garden is possible. We make no charge for wheelchair users. We do have a disabled toilet and free wheelchair loan on the nursery.  


Children need supervision as there is a deep lake at the bottom of the garden but they will enjoy looking out for the various wildlife including herons and the occasional grass snake going for a swim! Dogs are allowed on a lead and you are welcome to picnic in the garden. We look forward to seeing you.