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National Botanic Garden of Wales

“Daffodils” Photography Exhibition at National Botanic Garden of Wales- from Tuesday 5th February until Sunday 7th April 2019

This Spring, the Oriel Yr Ardd Gallery in the National Botanic Garden of Wales will be showcasing the work of Garden volunteer and photographer Mike Danford.  In 2018, Danford was asked to search for and record a varied selection of the Garden’s living daffodil collection.

Whilst the Welsh flower is commonly known for being a vibrant shade of yellow, the flower can also boast orange, pink, green or white tones. They can also vary in sizes and display a complex array of flower structures. These variations are perfectly capured in Danford’s booklet and exhibition ‘Daffodils’, which are part of the Growing the Future project at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.

The exhibition will run from Tuesday 7th February until Sunday 7th April. Prints of all images can be reserved for purchase in the Garden’s Stable Block shop. To find out more about the exhibition, please visit the Garden’s website.


Want to travel to these events?

There are direct buses from Swansea and Carmarthen to the Gardens. From Swansea, visitors can catch the T1S service from outside Swansea Railway Station. This service runs once a day outbound Monday to Saturday at 12:20 and takes around 40 minutes. The return journey leaves at 16:24.

From Carmarthen, you can board the 297 at the railway station. This bus takes 20 minutes and goes right to the Garden’s entrance.


Public Transport

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If you’d like to find a bus timetable, head over to our Timetables page. Here, you can search for a specific bus route or your location to view timetables of services in the area. You will also have the option to print the timetable to take with you on your trip.


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You can also use our journey planner to find walking and cycling routes to get to your event. If you live close by, walking can be a great way to explore the scenery and soak up the atmosphere before the event!

You can find out more information on our ‘Cycling and Walking’ page.


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