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    Guide to June’s Wildflowers

    June is the peak of wildflowers of in Britain, with more flowers in bloom than in any other month. Biophilic Wales have made this downloadable guide to help you identify some native wildflowers you can find in June.

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    The pollen-nation is out in force on a sunny afternoon

    Botanic Garden beekeeper Lynda Christie discovers that, when it comes to honeybees, one plus one equals four!

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    Sign up for Hornet Watch. Your pollinators need you!

    You can play a part in keeping our honey bees and other insects safe. Our beekeeper Lynda Christie explains

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    Guide to May’s Wildflowers

    May is a busy month for botanists and the perfect time to begin identifying plant species. Biophilic Wales have made this downloadable guide to help you identify some native wildflowers you can find in May.

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    The bees don’t read the books!

    Sneaky bees keep vigilant Lynda on her toes as temperatures rise, swifts soar and ‘swarm time’ looms . . .

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    Grey willow has a romantic place in my heart

    Every now and again, a tree will do something magical to catch our attention

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