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Top things to do in Spring

  1. Come and enjoy the birdsong and admire the spring bulbs
  2. Be inspired by the spring garden burgeoning into life!
  3. Come and help us to build nestboxes and take one home, too

Top things to do in Summer

  1. Come and see the wildflower meadows at their best, and see how many butterflies you can spot
  2. Discover moths with us on one of our regular moth identification mornings
  3. See what we're up to in the vegetable patch, or come to one of our gardening workshops

Top things to do in Autumn

  1. Go for a walk with the head gardener and pick up tips on how to extend the flowering season in your garden
  2. Explore autumn colours and the magical world of toadstools with us!
  3. Join us on a garden birdwatch to see what interesting autumn migrants are passing through

Top things to do in Winter

  1. Bring the kids along to learn how we can help the birds through the winter, and make some treats to take home (for the birds, that is)
  2. Practice for Big Garden Birdwatch by seeing which birds are using the garden
  3. Find out about hibernation, migration and survival: learn what wildlife does in the winter and how we can help

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  • Flowers in the entrance garden
  • Viburnum opulus 'Compactum' berries
  • Looking down from a verbena covered bank
  • Ladybird on Teasel
  • Perennial Flax
  • Buff-tailed bumblebee on Origanum
  • Crane Fly on Yarrow
  • Shield Bug on Yarrow

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