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Welcome to the National Botanic Garden of Wales

A heritage landscape awaits

With 400 acres for you to explore, Waun Las National Nature Reserve is an enchanting mosaic of flower-rich meadows, evocative woodlands, waterfalls and cascades. Over the past five years, we having been restoring this landscape for your enjoyment, well-being and next adventure. Historic features have been unearthed, restored and renewed.  Pathways, bridges and lakes have been reinstated to bring you closer to nature.  Find out more about this exciting restoration project.

Get gardening

Gardens and outdoor spaces have become a haven for many people during lockdown and the pandemic has created a new generation of enthusiasts who have discovered the mental and physical health and well-being benefits of gardening and reconnecting with nature.

It’s the perfect time of year to start planning and designing your garden, we have a variety of gardening tutorial videos and resources suitable for any age and ability by our Growing the Future project available here.  If you’re looking for pollinator-friendly plants for your garden, we have a variety of native wildflower seeds, harvested from our Waun Las National Nature Reserve, on sale on our online shop.

We’re saving pollinators – and so can you!

Our Saving Pollinators Assurance Scheme will help you be more kind to pollinators and the planet – and is all backed by the research work of our brilliant Science Team.

Buying plants grown without synthetic insecticides will help to prevent pollinator declines and will also benefit insect-eating wildlife such as hedgehogs, sparrows and frogs.  Plants displaying our Saving Pollinators logo have been proven to support pollinators by the Botanic Garden’s research scientists and grown without the use of synthetic insecticides and peat compost.

Become a Member

Interested in becoming a Botanic Garden Member?  You can purchase your membership through our online shop.  The continued support from our Members means we can continue with our essential research and conservation work.

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