Take a day trip on a spring day, and walk along the sea of bluebells, smelling the fragrance of hyacinth flowers at the tip of your nose, It's really exciting!
Although the Welsh government has stopped selling peat compost to gardeners, more needs to be done to protect habitats, say campaigners.
Sustainable drainage project in Cardiff will add to biodiversvity while improving drainage and controlling pollution.
As compost week is drawing near, now is the perfect time to find a use for your food waste.
No matter how tiny little space you living in, if you got a sunny window sill, then you can still do some growing.
Communities have the chance to make a real difference to the decline of nature around Wales by growing their own garden projects.
Join in a community gardening initiative in Cardiff and be inspired to start your own home garden!