Horticulture

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  1. 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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    Our Garden Horticulturists – Will Ritchie

    Meet the man who is in charge of horticulture at the National Botanic Garden of Wales

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    Our Garden Horticulturists – Ayshea Cunniffe-Thomas

    Meet Ayshea, the Garden’s outstanding horticulturist who grows plants for display and to sell, and who also looks after our apprentices.

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  4. Garden blogs

    It’s time to go peat-free

    The compost industry has been working hard to develop good sustainable alternatives to peat – the quality and consistency of these products has improved greatly and there is an ever-increasing range.

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  5. Garden blogs

    Join Our Growing Team

    We’re looking for volunteers to grow wildflowers at home that we can then plant out at Swansea Bay University Health Board clinics and hospitals, when the situation around coronavirus has improved. We’ll send the seeds straight to your door, all you need to do is grow them!

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    Big honour for Lynda, spring clean for the hives

    The Botanic Garden’s beekeeper, Lynda Christie has recently been elected chair of the Welsh Beekeepers’ Association. This is a great honour for her and testament to the work she is doing in the Garden, in Carmarthenshire and all over Wales.

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