An outdoor talk in progress

The Dartmoor Conservation Garden is a wild-planted conservation garden showing some of Dartmoor’s typical habitats and native plants. It is sited directly behind the DNPA’s National Park Visitor Centre in Princetown, within the Jack Wigmore Garden and is free for everyone to visit. It hosts important archaeological features including a 4,000 year old Bronze Age granite burial cist, a medieval quern (grinding) stone and a medieval cross from the Monk’s Path.

Ter Hill cross

Ter Hill cross

A quern stone

A quern stone

 

A bee visits the Ragged Robin

A bee visits the Greater Knapweed

Exploring the garden

Exploring the garden

 

 

 

 

 

Jointly funded by the DPA and Dartmoor National Park Authority’s “Your Dartmoor Fund”

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