Archive for 08/01/2017


Near to us, a mere half hour drive away is situated the parkland of a National Trust Property called Attingham Park, which is a place we often visit for an afternoon walk. The parkland affords us the opportunity of following different lengths of walk depending on the time we have and how fit we feel […]

via A Walk in the Park – Part One – The Walled Garden — greenbenchramblings

Landlife is an organisation that has been promoting the use of wildflowers to enhance urban environments sine 1999. It has been an important trailblazer in creative conservation and has also worked as a wildflower farmer, growing and supplying native seeds that they sell through their Wildflower Shop at http://www.wildflower.org.uk . It is hoped that some…

via National Wildflower Centre to Close — The Enduring Gardener

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