Seed sales in support of the Snowdonia Society!
Image above: David Powell North Wales Live / Daily Post
Earlier this week the Snowdonia Society took a catalogue of hand-picked seeds from the wildflower garden at Tŷ Hyll to the annual Seed Fair in Conwy town centre.
Some 31 different varieties of wild flower seeds were sold – including Welsh poppy Meconopsis cambrica, angel’s fishing rod Dierama pulcherrimum and bluebell Hyacinthoides non-scripta – and £114 was raised towards the Snowdonia Society’s conservation work across the National Park.
A special thanks goes to our trustee Margaret Thomas, who gathers, processes and labels the seeds by hand from the garden at Tŷ Hyll (the ugly house).
Help support pollinators
If you would like to buy some of our Seeds for Bees online, click here.
You can also buy our pollinator-friendly seeds and plants at the Tŷ Hyll/ Ugly House tea room, near Betws y Coed. The tearoom itself offers members of the Snowdonia Society get 20% off, so why not combine your seed shopping with a delicious lunch or cake at a discounted rate!