Hickman’s hives cause sweet spot MRSA stir

Read Wales Online to find out how the Garden’s scientists are helping to find a treatment for hospital superbugs.

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National Botanic Garden could become home to an observatory

See what This Is South Wales have to say about the prospects of the Garden hosting an astronomy observatory.

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Garden Blog - Winter Wonderland

Garden Blog – Winter Wonderland

I had spent a couple of weeks putting decorations up in various rooms and decorating Christmas trees at the National Botanic Garden of Wales but it wasn’t until we arrived this week that it felt really Christmassy (Is that how you spell it?).  The temperature had dropped and we had to scrape the ice off […]

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Top names lined up for concert series

Top names lined up for concert series

The Celtic Women Concert series returns to the National Botanic Garden of Wales this winter with big names from the Welsh music scene topping the bill. One of the country’s most successful female singer/songwriters Amy Wadge kicks off the concert series on Sunday December 2. Described by no less an authority than Bob Harris as […]

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Lose yourself in landscape

Lose yourself in landscape

There is some captivating art on show at the National Botanic Garden this winter. Entitled, ‘Three Painters: Landscape Now’, the new exhibition in the Garden’s Gallery features the work of Karen Pearce, Gareth Hugh Davies and Nigel Wood. Together, they offer a show that is both resonant and evocative – landscapes you can really lose […]

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 Taste of Christmas

Taste of Christmas

Indulge yourself in festive Christmas treats at the National Botanic Garden’s popular Christmas Food Fair on December 15 & 16.  The nation’s favourite garden is the venue for a celebration of local food and drink. There is certainly something for everyone among the festive offerings in the Great Glasshouse, from goats’ cheese, pate, beautiful gift […]

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Muslim youth group launches tree planting scheme

A youth organisation representing young Muslims came to help us plant over 800 trees for tour new Diamond Wood at the end of November. Read the write up in the Belfast Telegraph.

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