‘My face is one age, and my feet are another, and my arms are the oldest of all.‘” Worzel Gummidge, Barbara Euphan Todd
“By providing a pit stop for pollinators, you will be doing your bit for the insects that allow us to survive. Without them, we are gone. ” Alan Titchmarsh
One of the easiest ways anyone with a garden, or a balcony, can support wildlife is to sow a mixture of wildflowers.
“I’ve got into a bad state recently and today have decided that, unless it’s actually raining, I will do some gardening.”
“January is the quietest month in the garden. … But just because it looks quiet doesn’t mean that nothing is happening. Rosalie Muller Wright
A citizen science project by the University of Sussex has found that urban growers in Brighton and Hove were able to harvest 1kg of insect-pollinated fruit and vegetables per one metre square.
“we decided to make a mini-broch in our garden.”
“I had the idea of building a mini-broch in our garden!”
These plants will self-seed around the garden and come in a wide variety of colours.
The charity PDSA has produced a handy guide for what dog owning gardeners need to be aware of when it comes to some of the harms that there may be in the garden.