November 2017

Growing the Future project unveiled

Leading the project is the Botanic Garden’s Head of Science, Dr Natasha de Vere. She said: “This new project is fantastic news for the Garden, for horticulture and for Wales.

Grow your own vegetables in Wales

Growing your own Vegetables in Wales Book

The 'Growing your own vegetables in Wales' book is available to buy via The National Botanic Garden of Wales gift shop

FREE online resources

FREE Online resources

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The National Botanic Garden of Wales is embarking on a five-year project to champion Welsh horticulture, protect wildlife and extol the virtues of growing plants for food, fun, health and well-being.

@GTFCymru: RT @walesbotanic: Helpwch Achub Ein #Peillwyr! Mae angen eich help ar Abigail, Laura a Lucy, ymchwilwyr PhD yn yr Ardd Fotaneg, i ddod o h…

@GTFCymru: RT @walesbotanic: Help Save Our #Pollinators! Abigail, Laura and Lucy, PhD researchers at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, need your…

@GTFCymru: RT @NdeVere: Stripes of wildflowers across farm fields could cut pesticide spraying https://t.co/dID4Pvkrly

@GTFCymru: RT @walesbotanic: Cofiwch am ein sgwrs AM DDIM yfory am 12 canol dydd Ymunwch â cholofnydd y Guardian, Robbie Blackhall-Miles (@fossilplan…

@GTFCymru: RT @walesbotanic: Don’t forget about our FREE talk tomorrow at 12noon Join @guardian columnist, Robbie Blackhall-Miles (@fossilplants), fo…

 

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