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    Meet the Biophilic Wales Team

    Meet the team behind Biophilic Wales, a new project from the National Botanic Garden of Wales working to increase the well-being of people, wildlife and the environment, throughout Wales.

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    Farming and Wildlife in July

    The latest news from our Waun Las farm

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    Farming and Wildlife in June

    Local farmer Peter Beeden reports on our farm on Waun Las NNR

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    Plant names and their practicalities

    I’m Kevin McGinn and I’ve recently joined the Botanic Garden as Science Officer in the Growing the Future team. One of our aims is to get more people in Wales growing and appreciating plants, but would-be growers are sometimes scared off by the use of complicated Latin (scientific) plant names. Admittedly, one look at a tongue-twisting […]

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    No rose goblets here

    Pruning out dead, diseased and damage material is always a must with any pruning, but a rose doesn’t have to be a goblet. The framework of roses are prompting many questions from visitors.

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    Growing peat free

    Every year amateur gardeners use millions of wheelbarrows worth of peat. I can remember peat free compost being available back in the 1990’s. In 2017 we don’t seem to have progressed much.

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