There is something to see throughout the whole year at the Botanic Garden.

From a collection of thousands of different plant varieties, we can only highlight a few. Before your visit, click on a season to see what plants are at their best.

Please bear in mind that flowerings can vary by some three to four weeks, depending on climatic conditions.

Winter
Early Winter
Late Winter
Broadwalk
  • mahonias
  • ornamental grasses
  • paperbark & snakebark maples
  • evergreens
  • snowdrops
  • hellebores
  • witch hazels
  • winter flowering shrubs
Bog Garden
  • willows
  • dogwoods
Japanese Garden
  • evergreen shrubs
  • ornamental grasses
  • winter flowering honeysuckle
  • daphnes
  • ornamental grasses
Spring Woods
  • mosses & lichens in bare trees

melodious thrushes, blackbirds, robins

  • snowdrops
  • winter aconites
Double Walled Garden
  • garryas
  • winter flowering viburnums
  • winter flowering jasmines
  • mahonias
  • hellebores
  • flowering quinces
  • evergreens
BoulderĀ Garden
  • hellebores
  • hamamelis
  • rosemary
  • aconites
  • snowdrops
  • spring bulbs
Great Glasshouse
  • proteas
  • banksias
  • silver trees
  • olives
  • Leonotis leonora
  • bottlebrushes
  • banksias
  • mimosa
  • bulbs
  • aloes
Lakes
  • mahonias
  • winter flowering viburnums
  • snowdrops
  • winter aconite
  • hellebores
Wild Garden
  • ornamental grasses
  • seedheads
  • ornamental grasses
  • seedheads
Pont Felin Gat
  • scarlet elf cap fungi
Waun Las NNR
  • hedge laying & tree planting, especially parkland oaks.

influx of continental skylarks

General
  • beautiful views on misty mornings

distinctive melodies of thrushes, blackbirds and robins

flocks of long-tailed tits, goldfinches and chaffinches

natural ice sculptures on frosty days