Serial Killer Plants

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No matter what the weather’s doing, potting up plants and sowing seeds marks the start of Spring for me. I love the whole procedure of sorting out the seeds I’m going to sow, and organising and re potting my small plants to larger pots. It’s a simple joy. But things just got a whole lot … Continue reading

Make a difference in your garden

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It’s always inspiring to hear about other people’s efforts to help our wildlife and it’s good to remember that however small your garden or outdoor space is it’s possible to make a difference in your garden and help create great wildlife habitat. Ryan Clark is in the process of transforming his family garden into a … Continue reading

Martin Down National Nature Reserve

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I’m glad to say that New Years Day 2013 began with blue skies and gorgeous winter sunshine for many across the UK, and what a great way to start the year. Whilst organising my schedule and plans for the Meadow Project in 2013, I came across some photos that a friend had taken of a … Continue reading

How to create a wildlife friendly garden

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How you can help wildlife in your garden to flourish For the last 5 years I have tried to create a wildlife friendly garden that encourages as many insects, butterflies, bees, dragonflies and birds as possible. This means that I practice organic gardening, with the vegetables, fruit and plants that are grown and I have incorporated a … Continue reading

Make a difference in your garden or on your land.

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There are so many ways that we, the gardener or land owner, can help to increase our wild life friendly habitats. But, of course, all of our situations are different and we don’t always have the time to trawl the internet and bookshops to find the advice we need. So whether you have a small, … Continue reading

Why Plant a Meadow?

There is nothing more beautiful than a natural meadow alive with the buzzing, humming sound of busy bees and pretty butterflies and moths. In a relatively small space you’ll find a huge variety of insects feeding off the nectar that a wild flower meadow provides as part of our natural eco system.  And it really … Continue reading