Arnos Vale Cemetery is a unique location that is now in the care of the Arnos Vale Cemetery Trus
Ashton Court is Bristol’s largest and most impressive country house estate, just over the Suspension Bridge in Clifton. There is a woodland garden
One corner of the large playing field at Beacon Rise Primary School was radically transformed by
River of Flowers has partnered with BeeBristol and Incredible Edible Bristol,which is working with the Bearpit Improvement Group, to place three Se
The Bee Wheelin' Garden at the Bristol Bike Project is a giant wheel planted up by local students with a selection of wildflowers and bee-friendly
The Avon Wildlife Trust pioneered urban conservation in Bristol by turning an area of Brandon Hill Park, located right in the centre of Bristol, in
Bristol Beekeepers has an apiary where members can practice the craft of beekeeping with the sup
The University of Bristol Botanic Garden of 1.77 hectares, is home to 4,500 species arranged in four core collections, Evolution,
The Bristol Meadow Project, launched by Bristol Council, has planted three types of meadow: Floral, Perennial and Native Wildflower, which the publ
Coombe Brook Valley, small wooded dingle sheltering a stream, is hidden away in the middle of a Bristol housing e
Feed Bristol is Avon Wildlife Trust's exciting community food growin
The owners of Firebird Studios, a 6 room rehearsal studio in Bristol on the ground floor with onsite parking, have created a wonderful wildflower g
Green Play Project specialises in uniquely exciting playscapes inspired by nature and built to p
Highridge Common has a wildflower meadow
Netham Park has a perennial meadow, a mix of annual, biannual and perennial flowers selected to give a long flowering period and to last 3 to 5 yea
Old Sneed Park has meadows of wildflowers mixed with grass. They flower over the summer months and are then cut down to self seed in late summer.
Royate Hill Nature Reserve consists of two disused railway embankments linked by a seven span brick viaduct to ma
The Downs аre in аn area оf public open limestone downland іn Bristol.
The Urban Pollinators project is researching insect pollinators in urban habitats in the UK.
We have transformed our breeze-block garage with a leaky roof into a wildflower meadow, planted for bees and butterflies, and with a regularly-used