Wild Gardening at Nant-y-Bedd Garden                                                                    

Sue Mabberley has a first class honours degree in Environmental Systems, and more importantly, has gardened wildly and enthusiastically at Nant-y-bedd Garden for more than 43 years.

The garden at Nant-y-bedd sits comfortably within its landscape and welcomes the spontaneity of self-seeders and wildflowers.  But it is also a productive organic vegetable and fruit garden, a haven for wildlife and a tranquil space to relax.

This talk explores how this balance is achieved and how this could translate to your own garden.   

Sue’s beautiful web site is well worth a visit, and hopefully you will then be intrigued and eager to visit the garden on the Club outing in August       

Photos by kind permission of Sue Mabberley