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  1. Garden blogs

    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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  3. Garden blogs

    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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  4. Garden blogs

    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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  5. Garden blogs

    Bee team makes great start to the new season

    Free from social distancing restrictions, it is very much buzz-iness as usual for our honey bees – and for Botanic Garden beekeeper Lynda Christie . . .

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  6. Garden blogs

    Guide to April’s Wildflowers

    April is one of the best months for wildflowers, particularly woodland species. Biophilic Wales have made this downloadable guide to help you identify some native wildflowers you can find in April.

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