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    Here be dragonflies

    The Garden is abuzz at the moment, teeming with insects of every colour and shape – butterflies, moths, bumblebees, solitary bees, caterpillars, grasshoppers and crickets to name but a few. But, amongst the biggest and most impressive of all are the dragonflies, zooming around at high speeds!

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    Pollinator Party at Brynberian Community Hall

    In June, Brynberian Community Centre hosted a ‘Pollinator Party’ event for the first time, to celebrate pollinators and plants with people from all walks of life, through promoting our Saving Pollinators Assurance Scheme growers and the Botanic Garden. Dr Abigail Lowe and Dr Laura Jones went along to give a talk and promote our vital research.

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    Magical meadows. . . in the making

    At the National Botanic Garden of Wales, we are involved in commercial projects with a range of organisations across Wales.

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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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    Happy World Bee Day

    Today is a celebration of the world’s most important pollinators. Here are 20 facts that you may not know about bees.

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    Flowerpot Podcast – The One with Huw Jones

    Bruce Langridge chats to Huw Jones, farmer at the National Botanic Garden of Wales. They talk about how Huw manages the organic working farm on the Garden’s Waun Las National Nature Reserve.

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