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    Guide to March’s Wildflowers

    March is the first month of spring and wildflowers are beginning to bloom. Biophilic Wales have made this downloadable guide to help you identify some native wildflowers you can find in March.

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    Growing Together

    Following the success of last year’s ‘Join Our Growing Team’ campaign, the National Botanic Garden of Wales has teamed up with Swansea University to launch ‘Growing Together’, a new study looking at how growing plants, volunteering and being part of a community impacts wellbeing.

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    My first three months at the Garden

    I’ve already written a couple of blog posts, but I thought I should introduce myself! I’m Katie, and I’m a placement student based in the Science Centre. I’m here for ten months as part of my Biology degree at the University of York. Whilst I’m here, I will mainly be involved in the Saving Pollinators […]

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    Live Well Growers – Iwan Says Goodbye

    Iwan’s recovery has been so successful that he is now leaving the Live Well Growers

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    Highlights from the National Seed Bank of Wales

    After another successful year of seed collecting the National Seed Bank of Wales is now an important resource for conservation in Wales, Biophilic Wales’ Conservation Assistant, Elliot Waters, takes you through some of the highlights from our collections.

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    A new seed bank for Wales

    Growing the Future’s Science Officer, Dr Kevin McGinn, explains why seed banks are a vital resource for plant conservation and introduces our new National Seed Bank of Wales.

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