Tell us about you, your business and where you operate in West Wales?
I’m Sarah and I live near Solva, mostly in my garden though I do have a house where I sleep!
What products and services do you provide and how can Seekers access them?
We welcome visitors to the garden for self-guided tours and I also offer a 1:1 hour of guidance and inspiration. This can take the form of advice for beginner gardeners, a look at how our wellbeing can be improved through gardening or advice on planting for pollinators. We are all about Holistic Gardening – gardening for all life on earth. And we have a tearoom – tea and cake are definitely good for wellbeing!
How can Seekers benefit from what you do?
Holistic gardening brings many benefits from personal contentment to achievement and a sense of purpose. There are many things going on in our brains when we interact with nature. Through a simple walk around the garden or a 1:1 I try to help the Seeker find what they are looking for.
What do you love about the work you do?
I love creating scenery with plants. I love the reactions we get from visitors – I love the fact that they appreciate what we are doing here is very different from the normal ‘Open Garden’ and I love that so many people say they are inspired to go away and garden with new thoughts and ideas.
How did you end up in your vocation?
My husband William and I found that we had a garden when we bought our first house in the Cotswolds. We kind of fell into it and then fell in love with it! This is our third garden and is very different from our previous gardens as we are trying to do something more meaningful and helpful here.
Early mornings or late nights?
Cats or dogs?
Both – as many as possible.
Retreat or festival?
Coast walk or coasteering?
Facebook or Instagram?
Neither in a perfect world.
Egg and chips and an episode of Midsomer Murders on the telly.
Favourite place in West Wales and why?
St David’s Peninsula for its wild beauty.
What did you want to do ‘when you grew up’?
I had no idea at all.
Why should people use Life Seeker?
Life Seeker is a one-stop shop for wellbeing and fun in West Wales. You can waste hours searching the internet or just go to LifeSeeker. From there you can start to find what’s been missing in your life – with so many positive things to try – you can be responsible for your own happiness with the help of the providers.
How can Seekers find you/keep in touch?
Daisybus Gardens is on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, but mostly we are in the real world – in the garden, on the ground, being creative, interacting with nature and we recommend everyone does the same!