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    Mystery Hakea!

    At the National Botanic Garden of Wales, we pride ourselves in our plant collection. It makes us different to a display garden and other public gardens in the surrounding area.

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    A postcard from down under

    A postcard from Matt Bryant on an RHS and Mediterranean Plants and Garden Society funded work placement in Western Australia.

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    Growing with mycorrhizal fungi

    Making good soil is key to building resilience for the future. Here, I talk about the ways in which we can invite mycorrhizal fungi into our gardens and rebuild the soil, including methods that are being used here at the Botanic Garden

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    Visit of the British Pteridological Society to the National Botanic Garden of Wales

    We are developing a fern collection and asked the British Pteridological Society to come and give us advice

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    Mycorrhizal fungi in a wildflower meadow

    Raphaella Hull, a visiting PhD student from the University of Cambridge, explains how important fungi in soils can be in establishing species-rich meadows

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    Flowerpot Podcast – The One with Carly Green

    Bruce Langridge chats to National Botanic Garden of Wales horticulturist Carly Green.They talk about the ethics of using the term ‘native plants’ and Carly’s skills in growing wild Welsh plants

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