Ta dah!

Well, if we do say so ourselves, even a last minute Friday Tidy can achieve a lot. Our new ‘pollinator’ bed (previously a wildflower bed) had been cleared ready for planting – but all the rain, and now the sunshine, meant that when we went along today we had to clear it all again!

Once cleared we added in some fresh compost, and started planting up. First one in…!

So far, we have planted sedums, marigolds, pasque flowers, verbena bonariensus, wallflowers, cerinthe, nicotiana and more. We will add more plants later to fill the space and try to ensure colour, interest (and nectar) year round.

Even as we were planting, the pollinators were buzzing around.

A particular thank you to John, who came along at such short notice – we’d have struggled to get quite as much done without you!

Friday Tidy in May… can you dig it?!

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dscf7963 Meet on 3 May at the Kingfisher.

We plan to dig out the old wildflower bed, and get it ready for planting up with nectar rich plants for bugs, bees and butterflies. New faces always welcome – just come along ready for some gardening!

Friday Tidy in March…

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dscf7963 Meet on 1 March at the Quay for some sorting out, fixing up and, of course, weeding. New faces always welcome – just come along ready for some gardening!

Afterwards, we’ll be having a cup of tea and preparing for Sudbury on Show on Saturday!

Friday Tidy in January…

A Happy New Year to One and All!

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dscf7963 Meet on 4 January at the Quay for some sorting out, fixing up and, of course, weeding. New faces always welcome – just come along ready for some gardening!

Friday Tidy in December…

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dscf7963 Meet on 7 December at the Quay for our last 2018 get together and some sorting out, fixing up and, of course, weeding. New faces always welcome – just come along ready for some gardening!