Taff Bank represents a riparian habitat found within the three river systems in Cardiff. In a city environment such river corridors connect town to countryside and provide an important recreational and educational resource. Native plants such as bluebells, wild garlic, dandelions, ferns, primroses, wood anemones, alder, beech and oak represent the wooded river banks. They help illustrate how a healthy habitat teams with native flora allowing its associated wildlife thrive.
Fly tipping, discharge, alien species and conflicting uses create pressures on the waterway and are included here to draw awareness to a common problem.