Rare blooms are centre of attention

Rare blooms are centre of attention

Rare and unusual specimens will take centre stage at the Wales Orchid Festival held at the National Botanic Garden on Saturday and Sunday, September 6-7. But the annual two-day extravaganza will also offer everything you ever wanted to know about orchids – and more. Top-notch nurseries will converge on the Garden for a weekend boasting […]

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Garden wins Heritage Lottery Fund support

Garden wins Heritage Lottery Fund support

The first stage of a £6.7 million plan to restore historic Regency landscape at the National Botanic Garden of Wales has been given the green light. What will be the biggest project in the Garden’s history aims to uncover the origins of Middleton Hall – the 568-acre estate that the Garden now occupies ¬– and […]

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Violets, a Butterfly and Moths

Aug 26th.  During the previous two weeks the group has been busy clearing vegetation in Trawscoed woods next to the visitors car park, creating a bit more light as well as getting rid of a lot of the bramble and other weeds.  This week was the time for planting – Dog Violets.  There are already […]

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Pollinating Insects

July 29th 2014 – Lots of interesting photos of the many pollinating insects that are to be found in the Garden and Waun Las. Slideshows require the Flash Player and a browser with Javascript support.   If any volunteer or member is interested in joining us please send an email to Jane Down– you DON’T have to be […]

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On the Lakes

July 22nd – very hot!  And the first time for the group to use the boat to explore at least one of the lakes – the rest were too low, or even dried up after the recent dry spell. Slideshows require the Flash Player and a browser with Javascript support. Slideshows require the Flash Player and a browser with Javascript support. […]

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