Join the sowing and growing fun at the National Botanic Garden of Wales during the school summer holidays, with free bilingual short courses for families.
Seed bombs are great fun for adults and children. We rely on wild pollinators and honey bees to pollinate the crops that keep us healthy, but around the world pollinator populations are declining.
Whether it's a plant pot, flowerbed, wild patch in your lawn or an entire meadow, sowing wildflowers provides vital resources to support a wide range of pollinating insects.
Learn how to create and use your own seed bombs on this free short course, provided by the Growing the Future project.
In the Canolfan Tyfu (Growing Centre) classrooms
National Botanic Garden of Wales
T: 01558 667149
Session Run 11am until 1pm and 2pm until 4pm on the following days
It is Free to take part in these sessions; however you will need to pay the National Botanic Garden Normal Entry Fees which are: