Wildflower meadows create a variety of colours, shapes and smells, providing an interesting display throughout spring, summer and autumn that attracts and supports a range of species such as butterflies, bees, insects and birds. These populations are dwindling, particularly in built up areas. By planting nature-rich wildflower meadows in our parks and green spaces we are providing havens for populations of native pollinators. New wildflower meadows have been sown at Springfield, Neston, Coppershell and Beechfield.

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