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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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    Guide to March’s Wildflowers

    March is the first month of spring and wildflowers are beginning to bloom. Biophilic Wales have made this downloadable guide to help you identify some native wildflowers you can find in March.

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    Growing Together

    Following the success of last year’s ‘Join Our Growing Team’ campaign, the National Botanic Garden of Wales has teamed up with Swansea University to launch ‘Growing Together’, a new study looking at how growing plants, volunteering and being part of a community impacts wellbeing.

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    Nature wakes

    The warmth of the sun is coaxing nature out of its slumber in the Garden.

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    Bee Garden Update: Bees flying in the sunshine

    It was so good to see the bees flying in the sunshine last week, this is hopefully the sign of good days to come

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    Solitary bees and where to see them

    When someone mentions bees to you, a honey bee or a bumblebee probably comes to mind. However, there are lots of other bees buzzing about, often unnoticed.

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