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HOLIDAYS 2019 HOLIDAY HOMES FOR SALE


T e Feathers Caravan Park Llanwrda, Llandovery


Quiet picturesque holiday park nestled in the Towy Valley, just 4 miles from Llandovery.


Fully serviced pitches with 20ſt of garden and own parking space adjacent. Children and pets welcome.


The Feathers Caravan Park Llanwrda, Llandovery


Open 10 ½ months per year.


Quiet picturesque holiday park nestled in the Towy Valley, just 4 miles from Llandovery. Open 10 ½ months per year. Fully services pitches with 20ft of garden and own parking space adjacent.


Children and pets welcome.


*No age limit for well-maintained caravans* Caravans from £10000,


*No age limit for well-maintained caravans* Caravans from £9500,


Site fees £1200 per annum. Site fees £1250 per annum.


30 NEW PLOTS AVAILABLE FOR LODGES AND CARAVANS


11 MONTH SEASON, PIPED GAS, 2 CAR PARKING, LOTS OF OPEN SPACE.


Plus, still great offers on our original site! * Caravans for sale from £9,995 Also Holiday Lets Available


Club with entertainment, indoor pool, fun fair and direct beach access. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL PHIL:


Tel 01299832819 or 07826845125


Tel 01299 832819 or 07826 845125


SOUTH & WEST WALES To Advertise your holiday vacancies...


01685 382300 ADVERTISER


Please Call Margaret on


CARDIFF & SOUTH WALES


01970 820579 01970 828277 sales@clarachbay.com


SOUTH WEST OF ENGLAND


Paignton Kingswinford Guest House


4* quality accommodation • All rooms en suite • Parking available April Offer!


2 nts 2 people B&B £109 • Room only £98 May Offer!


2 nts 2 people B&B £118 • Room only £89


Tel: 01803 558358 | 32 Garfi eld Rd TQ4 6AX www.thekingswinford.com


Spring & Summer Break Looking to advertise your vacancies? To fi nd out more call Margaret on 01685 382300 www.cardiffandsouthwalesadvertiser.com


CLARACH BAY HOLIDAY VILLAGE ABERYSTWYTH


COME AND SEE OUR FANTASTIC NEW DEVELOPMENT


A shady garden can be a beautiful retreat is you plan properly and give it a little bit of TLC. Shady gardens need character as well as beauty.


Shade is seldom constant. It varies according to the season and time of day, so the fi rst step to understanding what will grow in a shady spot is to observe how the light changes.


Choose shrubs for year-round interest, including blossoms for spring, fl owers for summer, berries and vibrant leaf colour for autumn and evergreens for winter. Many shade gardens are at their best in spring when bulbs,


Growing to Love Shady Gardens


primroses, anemones and hellebores carpet the ground beneath deciduous trees before the leaf canopy opens and excludes the light. Think big ... the low light-levels in shady gardens make things appear smaller so make borders deep, paved areas generous and containers as big as space will allow - planted boldly with one or two plant varieties. Go for living walls – particularly in an urban garden. Trellis can disguise unsightly brickwork and fences and gives a feeling of depth whilst variegated ivy planted with different types of clematis – both of which are shade tolerant – can create stunning evergreen boundaries.


Careful pruning of trees and shrubs that have grown too large into a more open shape will make a shady space much easier to manage. It will let in more light, allow rain to penetrate the soil more easily and create better growing conditions. But remember, trees and shrubs re–grow over time so they need to be cut back on a regular basis. White fl owers and silver foliage bring glamour to a shady garden. Many such plants will thrive with little or no sun, as do variegated varieties. Urban gardens benefi t from their protected mircro-climate being a few degrees warmer so exotic-looking architectural plants such as cordylines or Fatsia japonica can be planted. Try mixing different leaf textures and shapes of classic white fl owers such as hydrangeas or tobacco plants with the stylish black Ophiopogon. Hostas are very happy in a shady place and do well in pots. As mentioned before, always go for the largest containers possible. Plants grow well in naturally porous terracotta, which ages beautifully and adds warmth.. Bay, box, holly and yew will all be happy in shade, as long as they are not underneath dripping branches. As with all garden containers, make sure you provide adequate drainage holes. April gets the gardening season off to a fl ying start, so here’s what experts suggest for this month’s gardening ‘to do’ list: Spring is fi nally in evidence as daffodils and fl owering trees start to bloom. Expect the inevitable April showers this month but with sunny days too, when you can turn your attention to the lawn. It’s an exciting month, with indoor-sown seeds well into growth, and it’s also time to start sowing outdoors. Just watch out for frosts.


RHS


Spring is a busy time of the year for gardener. It’s a good idea to keep on top of newly emerging weeds - this eliminates competition and ensures your plants have enough space and light to thrive. Grass will grow rapidly in the next few months, be sure to mow once a week but don’t cut too short.


Kew Gardens


Spring is here and the garden is waking from its winter slumber. Bulbs should be in full fl ow now, their bright fl owers enough to cheer up any dull day. Time to get started on that lawn for a lush green carpet all year long.


David Domoney


National Garden Gift Vouchers can be bought and redeemed at over 2,000 outlets in the UK, with more than 90,000 garden plants and products on offer. Visit www.thevouchergarden.co.uk to view details of all the outlets that sell and accept them or call 0870 2408237 for more information. You can also buy them online.


Cardiff & South Wales Advertiser - Friday 19th April 2019 - 25


PRICES FROM £25,000


INCLUDING 2019 SITE FEES


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