Fairy Queens Garden

A free Drop-in – no need to book – open from 10.30am, last entry 4pm


Visit the Fairy Queens Garden to see native wildflowers. Share and pick up tips on growing wildflowers at home, to attract the wildlife and fairies that depend upon them.  Who knows what you might discover!

A free activity.


Common Carder Bees enjoying foxgloves in the Fairy Queen’s Garden.  Foxgloves are of course very much associated with Faeries.  It is said that the spots within the flowers are their footprints, and they were often planted around cottage doorways to confer protection. Bees often rest in them to hide from bad weather, as well as being attracted to them to feed on pollen and nectar.


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