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Right now the garden seems to be a haven for all manner of pollinators, more than I have yet had time to identify. So feel free to chip in. Every evening the flowerbed is alive with sound and movement. Advertisements
Because why should I be restricted to highlighting one moment a day, of a great moment presents itself?
Home from Paris to a garden looking verdant and full of life, with the flower bed really starting to spring into full colour glory.
An unusual start to the month as I’m currently in Paris. But that didn’t stop me finding a few moments of wildness at the Palace of Versailles.
It’s an exciting time in the garden right now, with signs of Spring everywhere…
In October I wrote about an excellent new campaign called Wild About Gardens, and how they were encouraging us to garden for the benefit of wildlife. Rather confusingly, it’s back for 2017, but now a year-round campaign rather than a … Continue reading
The Big Garden Birdwatch is the largest bird survey in the world. Last year, more than 500,000 people took part, and in the process, recorded over 8 million birds.