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    Mushrooms, medicine and myth

    Puhpohwee for the People: a narrative account of some uses of Fungi among the Ahnishinaubeg is a long title for a book of only 44 pages!

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    Introducing… a surprising library

    Most visitors to the National Botanic Garden of Wales probably don’t even know we have a library. We may be one of the Garden’s best kept secrets… but we don’t want to stay hidden!  We welcome visitors whether researchers, students, the Garden’s members, or indeed anyone interested. Because the library is run entirely by volunteers, […]

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    Naming Our Fields

    Over the past year, we’ve put a name to every field on Waun Las NNR.

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    Dancing to the Rhythm of Wales

    I see some wonderful things from my office window

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    Soil protection to protein, beans have it covered

    Broad beans ‘The Sutton’ and ‘Super Aguadulce’ are doing battle with the rain in the Growing the Future Garden . 2015 was declared International Year of Soil by the UN General Assembly.  Now, with 2 months of what feels like constant rainfall protecting the soil has never been as relevant. The impact of heavy rain on bare soil surface can […]

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    Plant Pharmacy Patchwork

    Inside the Apothecary’s Hall you can find an exhibition of medicinal plants that has been made by the Stitching Botanicals group. It presents a fascinating selection of British plants that have been recorded as being used to treat illness, both historically, and for some, in the present day. Plant Pharmacy Patchwork was the first exhibition […]

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