Sitting on the coast of west Wales, the town of Llanelli is the largest in the county of Carmarthenshire and the tenth most populous in Wales with over 40,000 inhabitants.
The National Botanical Garden of Wales is located close to Llanelli in Llanarthney. Doubling as an attraction as well as an official centre of botanical research, the gardens are some of the finest in the UK. With formal gardens, lakes and woodland, the centrepiece of the entire complex is an enormous glasshouse which is the largest of its kind on earth and was designed by Norman Foster. For flower enthusiasts, this attraction is a unique opportunity to enjoy a diverse range of native and tropical blooms.
The WWT Llanelli Wetlands Centre is an educational and preservation centre situated on wetlands in Llanelli and managed by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust. With a focus on interactive learning, the centre is a major attraction for locals and tourists alike.
Throughout the area, from Halfway to Dafen to Morfa, Floom’s Llanelli flower delivery covers the entire town.