Visit the National Wildflower Centre at Eden

Fern Carroll-Smith, Seedbank Officer at the Centre (l), with Julia Havard from CFWI’s Environment and Public Affairs Sub-committee (r) pose among a wonderful display of cornfield annuals – corn poppies, cornflowers and corn marigolds.

The National Wildflower Centre is now based at the Eden Project and there are lovely fields of wildflowers that at their best right now.

You are welcome to walk through the fields at no charge.

To visit, park up in the Mango carpark at Eden, and stroll through the fields of annual and perennial wildflowers, and even see the hive of Cornish black bees. You can take your dog if you like too.

More information about the National Wildflower Centre will appear in a future issue of County News.

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