I have worked with British Wild Flower Plants for a few years now, both in a professional context and also to get plants for my own garden. BWFP is a family run business started by Linda Laxton 27 years ago. Linda's outstanding knowledge of wildflowers has lead to the success of BWFP who have supplied … Continue reading British Wild Flower Plants
Not long to go now until the Norfolk Show, and this time I'll be writing all about Meadowmat wildflower turf. Meadowmat have kindly donated some Wildflower turf to the pollinator plot which you'll be able to find in the brand new horticulture area. I collected the turf a couple of weeks ago from their site … Continue reading Meadowmat – Wildflower turf
It's just a few weeks away from the Royal Norfolk Show and today whilst the children were either at school or nursery I took the opportunity to get away from the office and spend the day outside in the garden, potting up plants ready for the pollinator area at the show. I moved some strawberries … Continue reading Put down your phone, take a moment to look.
Over the next four weeks I'll be posting about the Pollinator area at the Royal Norfolk Show 2018, which I am honoured to be creating (see my previous post for more information). This includes a series of featured posts about some of the very generous local businesses which have donated to the area. The first … Continue reading Royal Norfolk Show – Walnut Tree Garden Nursery
It's been nearly two years since I last posted. A lot has happened since then and we are in a new home with new, smaller garden. Instead of being in suburban London, we're living in rural Norfolk in the Breckland area. We are still lucky enough to be adjacent to a woodland, however the two … Continue reading Back after a little break
It's been about a year since we restored our pond and I'd like to share with you just how well it has developed in such a short time. I expected it to attract wildlife, but I didn't expect it to happen so quickly or for it to be so easy. The first real signs of … Continue reading A year of the pond
This weekend (29th - 30th August 2015) is International Bat Weekend and the perfect time to talk about attracting bats to your garden. Bats are one of the mammals which visit our garden, usually around dusk. In the UK bats account for around a third of all the mammal species and can be found in many … Continue reading Attracting bats to your garden