The themed gardens are the main focus of the site. They have been evolving for more than 20 years, and still are. Wherever possible art and sculpture have been incorporated to enhance the setting and showcase the creative abilities of people attending TWIGS. The gardens were described in an article for Wiltshire Life in 2010 by Anna Stowe which you can read here.
The plant sales and plant production areas form part of the garden site and visitors can see first hand how we produce quality plants following organic principles. We have been putting together an extensive collection of trees, shrubs and perennials over the years, so much so that we could perhaps now be regarded as ‘Swindon’s Botanic Gardens’!
In addition to the themed gardens, our main site is made up of the following areas:
Twigs Community Gardens also feature on the Great British Gardens and NGS websites.
Gardening is not the only activity available at TWIGS:
A very beautiful place, very inspirational and the children loved exploring and playing on the fitness equipment