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Grow Wilder

  • 4.6

  • from 45 Google reviews

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About the garden

Grow Wilder is a nature reserve, urban farm and exceptionally wholesome day out on the outskirts of Bristol. The aim here isn’t just to create a space where the UK’s flora and fauna flourish, it is also a place where people thrive.

As part of the Avon Wildlife Trust, a local charity working to protect wildlife and inspire a love of all things green in the West of England, Grow Wilder wears many hats. From a community-run food growing site and wildflower nursery to a popular destination for school trips and adult education courses in field ecology and wild skills.

As you meander through the lush vegetation, you will pass a Forest Garden peppered with perennial fruit and nut trees, three lively ponds, and the Living Seed Bank, a kind of living library where seeds are responsibly collected and grown.

The whole site is proof of the value of nature on people’s well-being, education and career development. By the time you leave Grow Wilder, you’ll have an armful of lovingly grown native plants to nurture in your own patch, a head full of wildlife-friendly gardening advice and you’ll be buzzing with nature-induced endorphins.

Opening times

Monday to Friday (9:00 am – 5:00 pm) and the first Saturday of the month for special open days

Useful details

Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site

Shops

None

BS16 1HB

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Google reviews

  • 4.6

  • from 45 Google reviews

Jill Langley

3 months ago

5

Great place to visit, would recommend

Nunzi Iula

8 months ago

5

What an excellent experience so much to learn from this site and loads to do and learn from wild flowers to the vegetable as well as learning about wild plants and insects and all the diversity it brings they have rare plants there trying to reestablish and you can buy them to help plant and bring them back there is also a wood workshop on site and they will teach you how things were do once uku can join classes and do courses so much to offer the people working there are amazing

Mara Hernandez

9 months ago

5

lovely place and lovelier people 🥰

Gavin Spittlehouse

a year ago

5

Great COVID-secure meeting space for us to run a first aid training course

Carole McIntyre

11 months ago

5

Amazing place and brilliant for children

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0117 917 7270

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