We have a range of harvest sites to suit different requirements and locations. Click on the site name to find out more…
Wyndrush Pastures, south Pembrokeshire – especially suitable for meadow restoration projects on neutral to slightly acidic soils, where soil fertility has dropped but wildflowers have yet to appear in strength.
Church Farm, south Pembrokeshire – suitable for a meadow restoration project on dry neutral or slightly acidic soils, particularly where yellow rattle is needed to counteract strong grass growth.
Forgotten Field, south Pembrokeshire – especially suitable for meadow restoration projects on neutral soils, where soil fertility has dropped but wildflowers have yet to appear in strength. We also get a small amount of seed from the damp area, rich in whorled caraway and various sedges, which would be appropriate for wet grassland restoration projects.
Green Bush, mid Pembrokeshire/ Carmarthenshire border – ideal for sites starting from scratch on relatively fertile ground.
Mountain Meadows, mid Pembrokeshire – more suitable for meadow restoration projects where the sward has already become less productive, and species like yellow rattle have taken hold.
Blaencleddau Farm, north Pembrokeshire – suitable for neutral to acid soils where meadow creation projects are in the early stages.
Trehill, coastal west Pembrokeshire – suitable for meadow creation projects in similarly exposed coastal locations.
St David’s Airfield, west Pembrokeshire – suitable for dry, neutral soils around St David’s and across west Wales.
Caeau Rhyd-y-mwyn, north Carmarthenshire – suitable for neutral to acid soil. Ideal for early-stage restoration projects and creating a basic meadow over bare ground.