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    Bee Garden Update: What Has Happened to Spring?

    Like many beekeepers around the country, the beekeepers at the Botanic Garden have noticed the bees are struggling this spring.

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    Apprentice Blog – Glenn Pugh

    The garden is such a great place to work and learn.

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    Magnificent May in the Restored Landscape

    May is one of my favourite months of the year, with spring well and truly here. The long dark days of winter now seem a distant memory and the natural world is a hive of activity with birds in full song and flowers and trees bursting into life. The swallows have returned to the Garden […]

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    Doggy Day Rules

    Make a day of it at the Garden and bring man’s best friend for one of our special Doggy Days. Look out, too, for pet experts – who will be on hand to offer help and advice

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    Bee Garden Update: A Beekeeper in Waiting

    It is so tempting to delve into the hives as we are itching to get going, but we will have to be patient for now.

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    Sakura Cherry Tree Planting Project

    Our Horticulturists have been busy planting 100 Japanese cherry trees to complement our existing Cherry Orchard and the adjacent Japanese Garden, as part of the nationwide Sakura Project

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