HOLIDAYS HOLIDAY HOMES FOR SALE Caravans from £10000,
Site fees £1250 per annum. On Quiet picturesque holiday park
Te Feathers Caravan Park Llanwrda, Llandovery nestled in the Towy Valley,
The Feathers Caravan Park Llanwrda, Llandovery
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.
just 4 miles from Llandovery. Open 10 ½ months per year.
Fully serviced pitches with 20ſt of
garden and own parking space adjacent. Children and pets welcome.
Children and pets welcome.
*No age limit for well-maintained caravans* Caravans from £9500,
Site fees £1200 per annum. *No age limit for well-maintained caravans*
Pontyrhydfendigaid Nr. Tregaron How would you like to get away from it all and be able to relax in the peace and quiet of the beautiful Mid Wales countryside? Less than one and a half hours drive from Swansea, puts you in a different world.
We have a special offer on at the moment, with a great selection of pre-owned, 12ft wide, two bedroomed caravans for sale with prices
From £3995 sited
To find out more call Martin on Tel: 07817 300513
Tel 01299832819 or 07826845125
Tel 01299 832819 or 07826 845125
CLARACH BAY HOLIDAY VILLAGE ABERYSTWYTH
COME AND SEE OUR FANTASTIC NEW DEVELOPMENT
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:
01970 820579 01970 828277 firstname.lastname@example.org
BROCKENHURST Holiday Home
Now 35’ x12’ 2 bedroom, double glazing,
central heating, with front aspect doors. Situated on a quiet and private South Gower site. Well located for beaches & cliff top walks
Tel: 0747 004 9959 £34,950
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BRYN Y GORS HOLIDAY PARK
A water garden opens up a new world of planting in the garden, but before you start, decide what size and design is best for you. A smaller water garden in a container may be a better fit for your lifestyle and pocket and still gives you the soothing beauty and colour of water plants.
If you are thinking of in-ground pond it’s often best to seek professional help. A natural-looking water garden should have sloped sides with planting terraces that step down toward the deepest area of the pond. This allows you to have a range of plants and create different habitats. A depth of about 1m (3ft) is usually necessary to ensure that the pond doesn’t freeze solid during the winter. For something on a smaller scale, consider a patio water garden. If you are using a large sized terracotta pot then you will need to plug the drain hole with a rubber or cork stopper and pond sealant. Other water feature containers could be old Belfast basins and water troughs or half wooden barrels – they just need to be waterproof and leak free which is easy to achieve with a plastic liner. You can plant several types of aquatic plants in one container but if the plants you choose grow better at different water depths then plant them on a brick or small upturned clay pot in the water to raise them to the right level. Three plants is normally plenty in a 45cm or 60cm pot (1.5ft or 2ft) so you can still see plenty of open water. Try and have a mix of: Underwater plants – these grow entirely submerged and are good at keeping algae at bay. The pretty Water Violet is a British native plant with white-mauve flowers Floaters – their root system hangs down in the water and they are also good algae deterrents. Frogbit is also a native plant, with small round pale green leaves and small white flowers. Water Lilies – they have their root systems anchored at the bottom of the water whilst the leaves and flowers float on the top. Rubra ia a miniature water-lily with small rounded leaves and slightly fragrant, deep rose-pink cupped flowers that flower through to September.
September is when autumn begins to creep into your garden, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to let it all go to seed – far from it as the gardening experts point out ... September is generally a cooler, gustier month than August and the days are noticeably shorter. While there’s not as much to do in the ornamental garden at this time of the year, if you have a fruit or vegetable patch, you’ll be busy reaping the rewards of harvest. It’s also time to get out and start planting spring-flowering bulbs for next year and you can collect seeds for next summer’s colour too. Make the most of the remaining warmth while you can!
September marks the end of the gardening year and whilst now is the time to celebrate bright and audacious flowers, it is also the time to think about your garden for next year. During this crucial period, if you keep cutting flowers such as deliahs, they will keep flowering. But, if you want to start moving things around, then now is the time to experiment. Monty Don - writer, gardener, TV presenter Plant up containers for autumn interest, using cyclamen, heathers, heucheras and other colourful bedding plants. You can also plant prepared hyacinth bulbs in pots or hyacinth glasses, for fragrant indoor flowers at Christmas. In the garden, rake thatch from lawns and aerate well- trodden areas by spiking with a garden fork, and re-seed bare patches. Put netting across ponds to stop autumn leaves falling in and rotting and water autumn-flowering asters regularly to deter mildew.
Gardeners’ World Alan Titmarsh, celebrity gardening expert
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 30th August 2019 - 27
THE WONDER OF WATER GARDENS
£25,000 PRICES FROM
INCLUDING 2019 SITE FEES
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