The first work in Llansadwrn’s community garden took place on Saturday, 2nd Feb. A group of hardy volunteers braved near zero temperatures to break through snow and ice to plant the Garden’s first apple trees and a collection of snowdrops and bluebells.
The two trees we planted were Pig yr Wydd – a Llanwrda local variety that does well and a Sunset which is an apple cultivar that arose as a seedling from Cox’s Orange Pippin.
Our next planting session will take place on Saturday 16th February setting out from the Reading Room at 10.30am. If you’d like to join us please do even if it’s just to see what we’re up to!
Thank you to Dolau Hirion Trees and the Works garden centre for their support.