Sowing and Growing Fun
Join the sowing and growing fun at the Garden during the school summer holidays, with free* short courses for families provided by the Growing the Future project.
Monday August 5th, Tuesday August 6th, Saturday August 10th, Monday August 12th, Tuesday August 13th, Friday August 16th, Monday August 19th, Tuesday August 20th, Tuesday August 27th, Friday August 30th & Saturday August 31st
Did you know that the majority of bees are queen-less, don’t produce honey and don’t live in colonies or hives? These bees are called solitary bees, and we have over 250 different species in the UK. To help support populations of solitary bees in your garden you can create your own bee hotel where you can watch the life cycle of these fascinating creatures.
Learn how to make your own bee hotel using recycled materials and where’s best to locate it in your garden or balcony. Learn more on our fab Project Pollinate competition, being run in partnership with the Eco Attractions Group, to design and create your own Pollinator Palaces! If possible, please bring your own empty bottles.
Courses run at 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm in the Canolfan Tyfu classrooms.
*Please note that short courses do not include Garden entry. Please see here for information on admission prices.
The Growing the Future project has received funding through the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.