We Are Plantlife
Wild flowers, plants and fungi are the life support for all Wales' wildlife and their colour and character light up our valleys, mountains and coastline. But without our help, this priceless natural heritage is in danger of being lost.
From the open landscapes of our nature reserves to the corridors of the Sennedd , we raise their profile, celebrate their beauty, and protect their future.
HRH The Prince of Wales is our Patron
Save it with flowers
Events for 2017
From guided walks to family fun to opportunities to help survey rare and threatened wild flowers, we've got lots on in Wales in 2017.View calendar
Explore the Wild Spaces of Wales
Get inspired to explore some of Wales' wonderful wild spaces through our guides. You can find out the best places to go, how to involve all the family and what plants and fungi to look out for when you’re there.Find out more
A bumper volunteer year in Wales!
"Every year in Wales, we carry out surveys on our two reserves, Cae Blaen Dyffryn in Carmarthenshire and Caeau Tan y Bwlch in Gwynedd. Luckily we have volunteers who give up their time to help us..."
Threatened sand dunes set for a golden future
9th November 2017
A third of England and Wales’s threatened sand dunes have a brighter future thanks to a pioneering National Lottery funded conservation and restoration project, unveiled today.
Record Number Of Rare Orchids Found At Kenfig
24th August 2017
Years of pioneering hard work to restore fragile dune habitat are now beginning to reap rewards
Looks like it but only way to be certain is check hairs on underside of leaf. If small - mantegazzianum; if stiffly… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
New blog: Lichen Apprentice Barbara Brown explores churchyard lichens Prentis CENNAD, yn archwilio cennau'r fynwent… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…