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Welsh Nature Reserves
Wildflowers in pink, purple and yellow among grass in Cae Blaen-dyffryn.

Welsh Nature Reserves

Cae Blaen-dyffryn, Carmarthenshire, & Caeau Tan-y-Bwlch, Caernarfonshire are Plantlife’s two Welsh nature reserves, where we protect & restore grassland.

Transforming Britain’s Road Verges
Pyramidal orchid on the verge in Dorset.

Transforming Britain’s Road Verges

Plantlife is bringing about a transformation in the way Britain’s road verges are managed, with the aim of at least 50% of verges being managed as species-rich grassland.

Meadow Makers
A meadow on a sunny day.

Meadow Makers

Meadow Makers is a partnership project, led by Plantlife, that restored over 400 hectares of species-rich grassland across England and involved over 12,000 people in meadow making.

Wild Plants and Fungi are at the Heart of Climate Crisis
Red plants with mountains behind.

Wild Plants and Fungi are at the Heart of Climate Crisis

Plantlife and WWF study on grassland demonstrate how wild plants and fungi are at the heart of climate crisis. Calling world governments to recognise sites for wild plants and fungi

Where to go for a Walk in Scotland this Spring
Big trees covered with lichens and moss a Scottish rainforest.

Where to go for a Walk in Scotland this Spring

Discover 4 new walk ideas and Scottish spring adventure inspiration from Plantlife Scotland’s Communications and Policy Officer, Erin Shott.

Saving the Noble Chafer Beetle at Joans Hill Farm 
A Plantlife staff member planting a tree in the ground

Saving the Noble Chafer Beetle at Joans Hill Farm 

The Joans Hill Farm reserve has been celebrated as a Coronation Meadow, but did you know it’s also home to royalty? The Noble Chafer beetle!

Welsh Nature Reserves to Visit this Spring  

Welsh Nature Reserves to Visit this Spring  

This spring, have you thought about getting out to visit one of Plantlife’s wonderful Welsh nature reserves?

Local Councils and No Mow May
Close up of wildflowers taken on verge with a road in the distance.

Local Councils and No Mow May

To restore our native wildflowers, councils need to make long-term commitments to transforming their management of road verges. Have a look at the amazing work done by local authorities.

Greena Moor Nature Reserve
Yellow tall flowers - Bog Asphodel in a grassland

Greena Moor Nature Reserve

This reserve is an excellent example of Culm Grassland. You can find the nationally scarce Wavy St-John’s-wort and Three-lobed Water Crowfoot.

Deep Dale Nature Reserve
Early Purple Orchids at Deep Dale

Deep Dale Nature Reserve

The nature reserve, located in the Peak District national Park, is filled with colour from the wild plants and flowers spreading over the hill side.