We grow a variety of unusual salads, herbs and vegetables in our polytunnel and gardens. Our guests enjoy seasonal produce from plot to plate.
Thanks to our volunteers and to Ayesha from TyRhos Trees, this season we have planted a large variety of soft fruit in the walled garden: Blackcurrants, Blueberry, Boysenberry, Honeyberry, Jostaberry, Loganberry, Raspberry, Redcurrants, Rhubarb, Wineberry, as well a s a few fruit trees: Bardsey Apple, Damson, Greengage, Medlar, Mirabelle, Mulberry, Snowdonia Pear, St Dogmaels Apple.
Veg seeds are mostly sourced from Pembrokeshire’s Real Seed company, The Organic Catalogue and some from Bakers Creek. Seedlings, onion sets and seed potatoes from Trefhedyn Garden Centre in Newcastle Emlyn.
All our produce is grown pesticide free, the soil fed by our own compost, our neighbouring farm manure, and an experimental compost mix of coffee grounds, wood ash and grass clippings!
Maintenance of the gardens and polytunnel is a huge task, but thanks to our hardworking band of volunteers, we manage to keep the gardens productive and in good heart. Get in touch if you are interested in joining us on one of the volunteer weekends, usually held in spring and autumn.
Our produce is sold on our stall at the award winning St Dogmaels Local Producers Market, Tuesday mornings outside the Abbey (May to November).