Clyne Garden, Wales

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Established in 1860 by Glynn Vivian, Clyne Gardens, consist 10,000 acres of land and include over 2,000 different plants including over 800 rhododendrons for which the gardens are renowned.

Clyne Garden holds National Collections of Pieris, Enkianthus and Rhododendrons. Due to the cool, wet and temperate local climate many plants thrive here not normally considered hardy for its latitude.

The gardens have extensive bog gardens, home to acres of wild garlic bordering the Swansea Bay.

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