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Garden Cafe and Shop Autumn Opening Times

The Perennial Garden, Shop and Cafe is open, Saturday and Sunday through October to the last weekend of opening in 2019 is the 26/27th October. Opening times are from 11.00 am to 5.00 pm.
We have a sale in the shop and the nursery so please come and check out the bargains!
The Garden Club runs fortnightly on Tuesdays throughout the year - see the Events page for the latest information.

Welcome to Perennial

The Perennial is a Garden, a plant nursery, a Café, a farm shop with a salad and cut flower growing business.But most of all it is a place to enjoy, relax and garner some inspiration.

Come and visit our beautiful and productive space, just three miles to the east of St Davids.We have brought together the joys of gardening, growing, accessing and eating fresh local foods in one location.Take time to enjoy the garden with its myriad scents and sensations, the view of Penberi and relax.

We have only just begun but are converting to sustainable and organic growing methods without pesticides or chemical fertilisers. We are focussed on ethically sourced products, reduced use of plastics, local and preferably organic foods and a sustainable ethos in all of our business.This is evident in our support for local crafts people and artists, up-cycled furniture, our mid-century pottery and flower vases and behind the scenes in our composters and gardening methods. We are also hosting a variety of talented people leading workshops and courses throughout the year.

Winter Opening: The Cafe is open at weekends through to close of the day on 3rd November until the end of March. We will host events on weekends through the Autumn. Check our Events page for details. Growing and propagating does not stop, either and the nursery garden and salads are tended during the week. If the gate is open we are on site and you are welcome to pop in.