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Wild flower seeds for Gardens, and for Landscape and Conservation projects

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These talks are run by the Cambridge City Group of the Wildlife Trust

The idea of bringing wildflowers into your garden, reseeding old orchards and creating wildflower meadows has become very popular in recent years. But where do these seeds come from? All too often these seeds come from the continent and are genetically different from British equivalents. Emorsgate Wild Seeds was set up to produce high quality seeds from native British sources. They are now collaborating with our Wildlife Trust on a Local Seed Project.

This talk is part of the Wildlife and Environment series.

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