Archive for October, 2018

Healing Gardens Project


An email reminder from Nematodes Direct and the purchase of a discounted hose-end nematode applicator at the local garden centre reminded me that now is the time to apply these biological controls to avoid foxes digging up the lawn in search of juicy morsels. My lawn is about as far from a perfect green sward…

via Begone Leatherjackets and Chafer Grubs! — The Enduring Gardener

A small city garden completely dominated by 30ft high Strelitzia nicolai. As dusk fell, those Strelitzias came alive with a colony of rats, dozens of them, leaping from branches like a circus act. That was it! They had to go – the Strelitzias and the rats. It took three days and five truckloads to be […]

via Transforming an indigenous garden in Johannesburg. — Jardin

Butterflies dominate our summer gardens for their beauty and the movement they add to our gardens. But let us not forget their cousins who grace the darker times in our gardens, the moths. Throughout the summer months Jude and I put out our live moth trap to explore these night time visitors to our patch. […]

via Simply Beautiful No 23 in a very occasional series — greenbenchramblings

From left, Georgia Kelsey, Lilly Dollman and Flo Edwards, all 16, pay a vist to the residents of the chicken coop at Reepham High School and College's Allotment Project. Picture: STUART ANDERSON

A high school student invites me to share my views on child-friendly cities and more.

via An interview with… Tim Gill — Rethinking Childhood

It’s been a little while since our last update but Megan, our Curator and Lauren, our Assistant Curator have been busy! Here’s a little taster of what they’ve been up to: Donations We are very grateful to receive many offers of items to the museum. One of our most recent donations was this Norfolk […]

via Curatorial September update — Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse

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