Tarw points the way to the Garden’s 400-acre organic working farm.
With a metal skeleton and stuffed with sheeps’ wool, he is a stunning, striking life-size presence on the ‘prairie’, between the Great Glasshouse and the lakes.
The bull sculpture also points the way to sculptor Sally Matthews' exhibition - in the Garden’s Courtyard Gallery from September 16.
The National Botanic Gardens of Wales is well worth visiting for all the family. There really is something for everyone to do. So do keep an eye on our events pages or go direct to their web page. http://www.gardenofwales.org.uk/
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