Llangollen Bee World!

Friends of the Earth will create 60 new Bee Worlds as part of its Bee Cause campaign. These areas will provide rich sources of nectar for pollinating insects and all will be in areas with public access. Many of the projects are concentrating on turning neglected land or plain grass park areas into wildflower meadows.
In Llangollen our own Bee World will be an integral part of our new Community Garden. We hope that the public will be able to see the kinds of things they can do in their own gardens to really encourage bees and other pollinators and we plan to create a rich habitat combining many elements including wild flowers, fruit trees, cottage garden annuals/ perennials and even vegetables to provide lots of nectar. Below is an outline of some of the important plants for our Bee World.

For more detailed information about the Llangollen Bee World, click here.

Garden Open Day & Bee World Launch – 18th May 2013

Visit Llangollen community garden on Saturday 18th May and see the launch our Bee World area, find out more about the garden and enjoy a BBQ in the sunshine!

The day starts at 10am with a visit from Susan Elan Jones, who will be helping launch our new Bee World area. The BBQ will be serving food at around 1pm, with the day wrapping up around 5pm.