Welcome to the National Botanic Garden of Wales

‘Firebreak’ lockdown

The Botanic Garden will be closed from 6pm on Friday October 23 in accordance with new coronavirus legislation.

After this “firebreak” lockdown, we will reopen on Monday November 9.

During this time, we will keep you updated with all the goings-on here and hope to see you all next month.

Stay Safe

 


You cannot visit the Garden but we do have plenty of garden-related ideas and activities for you to try your hand at . . .

Want to grow a mini meadow? Here’s how

And why not plant now to make a perfect pollinator haven ready for spring?

If you are out in your garden, you’ll need to know all about our Saving Pollinators Assurance Scheme. It will help you be more kind to pollinators and the planet – and is all backed by the research work of our brilliant Science Team.

There are more ideas on our Growing the Future resources pages. And don’t forget to keep it Peat Free


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For the latest health advice and guidance, please visit the government website.

Be safe, stay local – and keep in touch

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