• Flowers beneficial for wildlife

    All members are encouraged to have an area planted with flowers on their plots to assist in the wellbeing of bees and other beneficial insects as well as to provide a splash of colour to both fields. Flowering vegetables take some time but there is a wide variety of easy to sow half hardy annuals to grow as well as established planting such as buddleia (the butterfly plant) and well-liked by bees and other insects.

    Wildlife volunteers are always welcome and any members who can assist in this area please advise any of the field team.

    Why not plant flowers along busy communal areas such as the main paths for all to enjoy.


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