WILD MEADOW AREAS – BOTANIC GARDENS
The display of native habitats and plants showcases Ireland’s botanical diveristy.
A wildflower meadow is an area of permanent grass where wildflowers grow, and it provides a feeding and nesting ground for insects, birds and other pollinators. It is best to sow wildflower meadows during March and April or in September depending on the soil conditions.
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