Uncategorized

Filter list

  1. Garden’s Gold Soap

    The range of Garden’s Gold soaps have been made using products from the hives at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, and have been carefully handmade and hand-packaged in plastic-free packaging.   Available exclusively from the National Botanic Garden of Wales.

    Read more
  2. Garden’s Gold Honey

    Honey from the bees at the National Botanic Garden of Wales. Home to approximately half a million honeybees, the Botanic Garden is abuzz with activity throughout most of the year.  Visit our Bee Garden to see exactly which hive your honey has come from!  (Information from label required). Research undertaken by the Garden’s Science Team […]

    Read more
  3. Saving Pollinators Assurance Scheme Seed Mixes

    A mixture of native wildflowers and grasses produced from species-rich meadows on Waun Las National Nature Reserve at the National Botanic Garden of Wales. Sow in autumn outdoors on bare ground or into your existing lawn, scratching the surface of the soil first.  Allow plants to flower and set seed before cutting back and collecting […]

    Read more
  4. Sprouting Pencil

    Our ‘Sprout’ pencils can grow into plants like beautiful flowers or fragrant herbs once they’re too short to use. Sustainable and certified wood 100% natural Non-toxic Non-GMO seeds

    Read more
  5. Tote Bag

    Organic and Fairtrade cotton shopping bag featuring plants/attractions at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.   Organic cotton is grown without pesticides, herbicides and fertilisers. Comfortable long handles 5oz / 140gsm cotton Printed in the UK Certified Fairtrade and Organic

    Read more
  6. Waun Las Gin

    Named after our National Nature Reserve, Waun Las (Green Meadow), this London Dry gin highlights pollinator-friendly and native plant species and celebrates the honey produced by our own bees at the National Botanic Garden of Wales. Distilled for us by The Gower Gin Company, this herbaceous, savoury gin has notes of honey and a refreshing […]

    Read more