The month of May is a great time to see Clyne Gardens at their best as the award-winning Rhododendrons and Azaleas are in full bloom.
What’s On at Clyne Gardens
Beginning the annual Clyne in Bloom celebrations will be a guided tour on Saturday 3 May at 2pm, and every Saturday thereafter during the month. Led by one of the park’s expert gardeners, the tours are a great opportunity to learn more about the hard work that goes into maintaining the gardens’ beautiful displays, and maybe pick up a few tips to take home.
Music lovers will want to visit the gardens on Sundays at 3pm, when local bands such as the Constellation Big Band take to a specially erected stage for a series of afternoon concerts every Sunday during May.
Every Sunday during May, there will be a range of activities for families including children’s art workshops from 3pm.
Clyne Gardens not only contain approximately 2000 different species of plants, they are also home to a variety of wildlife. The bird and wildlife walks, held every Wednesday during May at 10am will help people spot the animals amongst the stunning flowers.
For further information: 01792 205327 or 01792 297854 | www.swansea.gov.uk/clyne
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