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    Guide to August’s Wildflowers

    As the end of summer approaches there are still many floral delights to find. Here are a few species to look out for.

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    Feeding up for winter

    I have been checking out the Ivy covered walls around the Garden this morning hoping to find that the Ivy flowers have opened, but not just yet.

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    Harvest time for the Garden Apiaries.

    The End of August is harvest time for the Garden Apiaries. This year the yield is going to be lower than last year as during the most influential part of the season, the weather has been all over the place!

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    Feeding time for the bees

    On my daily dog walks by the river I have noticed much bee activity on the Himalayan Balsam.

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    In the bee garden this week

    The Hot and Humid weather this week makes for some pretty uncomfortable beekeeping in a full bee suit!

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    Successful seed storage at home

    Seed can be expensive and saving your own takes time, so it’s worth putting some effort into storing your seed well, to keep it as fresh as possible until sowing time. For the seed bank at the Botanic Garden, we collect, dry, clean and store seeds of wild Welsh plants for future conservation and restoration […]

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