Visiting Wythenshawe Park Farm
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The Horticultural centre was originally built to provide plants for use by Manchester City Council throughout the city. When production stopped at the facility the numerous greenhouses were converted into display houses, and several themed gardens and habitats were created to provide environmental education and fun for the people of Manchester. The numerous permanent displays include the Safari Walk which features tropical plants such as banana, pineapple, tea, coffee and rice, interspersed with ornamental subjects, water features, an aviary, alpine garden and display of cacti. The outdoor area is home to numerous gardens featuring heather, shrubs, herbs, trees, herbaceous borders, alpines and fruit set in a pleasant and relaxing habitat. In 2006 a traditional Cob House was built which features a living roof. There is also a large pond and picnic area. Gardening societies, social groups etc are welcome to enjoy self-guided trips. We also have an education pack for primary schools (contact the office for more details).
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Telephone: 0161 946 0726
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