Treborth Coastal/Forest Path, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2RX
t 01248 353 398
The succulent collection was established in the mid-1970s, with various collections and odd plants added over the years. In 1977 the raised arid bed was created and in 2008 the extended cactus and succulent mound was constructed. The plants are arranged geographically, starting on the left with African succulents and North American species to the right, although most of the cacti in the original cactus bed near the back of the Temperate House were too big to move. There is a further bed reserved mainly for species that like partial shade.
Nearest BCSS Branch
Chester & North Wales: www.chester.bcss.org.uk
Meetings are held at the Ness Botanic Gardens, South Wirral. Please see the branch website for meeting dates and programme.