Ymddiheurwn nad yw’r tudalennau hyn yn Gymraeg eto. Mae cynnwys y wefan yn cael ei gyfieithu cyn gynted ag y mae ein adnoddau mewn rhaglen dreigl yn ei ganiatau ac fe fydd ar gael cyn gynted â phosibl. Rydyn ni’n croesawu cynigion i wirfoddoli yn yr Ardd, yn enwedig os ydych yn rhugl yn y Gymraeg. Os ydych yn barod i helpu, edrychwch ar ein tudalen gwirfoddoli am fwy o wybodaeth. Byddwn ni’n falch iawn i glywed oddi wrthoch chi.

Conservation, inspiration, education

The National Botanic Garden of Wales is dedicated to the research and conservation of biodiversity, to sustainability, lifelong learning and the enjoyment of the visitor.

We have the following goals

1. To be a centre for integrated plant conservation at a local, national and international level

2. To be an internationally recognised centre for plant sciences research

3. To develop and maintain the gardens and other collections to the highest curatorial presentational standards

4. To provide exemplary formal and informal education and interpretation for all ages and abilities, promoting the understanding of the connection between people, plants, the environment and their role in a sustainable future.

5. To be a successful leading visitor attraction within the UK, offering an outstanding experience and value for money to the visitor

6. To develop and maintain the infrastructure and staffing to meet the needs of the institution

7. Create a financially sustainable institution

8. To become an iconic Welsh institution


To do this we will

1. Be collaborative, internally and externally

2. Be sustainable, both environmentally and financially.

3. Communicate our relevance to all different audiences and stakeholders

4. Work in an effective and integrated way

5. Demonstrate best practice

6. Be innovative

7. Foster a culture of mutual respect amongst trustees, staff, volunteers, members, visitors and stakeholders.


The National Botanic Garden of Wales will play for Wales on the world stage.