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Free Daffodil Plant at Flatford Wildlife Garden

Let us say #Thanks to you with a free tete a tete daffodil.

Visit the RSPB Flatford Wildlife Garden (CO7 6UL / Grid ref TM076335) during the 9 & 10 March to collect a free tete a tete daffodil plant and see the daffodils and other Spring flowers in the garden. All the plants in the garden are chosen to look attractive but importantly benefit a range of wildlife. As you explore be inspired as to how you can help nature in your own garden. RSPB representatives will be on duty to give further advice.

Daffodils – why are they so important?

Daffodils, also known by their botanical name narcissus, are one of the easiest to grow and reliable spring-flowering bulb. They multiply quickly and return to bloom again each spring, year after year, with little attention. Daffodil bulbs grow well in containers, borders and grass.

Not only do daffodils brighten up our gardens, feed hungry bees and other insects but they put a smile on our faces.

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RSPB Terms and Conditions – Flatford Wildlife Garden

Promoter: The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (the RSPB) is a registered charity in England & Wales no. 207076 and in Scotland no. SC037654 whose registered address is at The Lodge, Sandy, Bedfordshire SG19 2DL.

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