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Donald MacIntyre from Emorsgate Seeds tells us how to make, manage and mow a mini garden meadow.
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Donald MacIntyre from Emorsgate Seeds tells us how to make, manage and mow a mini garden meadow. Read more
The Patch4Planet Facebook group tell us why they are making their own meadows and their progress to date. Read more
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For members only - join us for a guided walk to see the bluebells. Read more
Happy Friday! Get that chilled #FridayFeeling with today’s film of the beautiful Bluebells at our Hagbourne Copse… https://t.co/87QAUej0lZ
Our Hagbourne Copse Reserve https://t.co/nSu6yPaeQm is the absolute best place to see beautiful bluebells in the w… https://t.co/20CvycvdBC
For the end of #AmphibianWeek, let's start Friday with some rather friendly frogs! ❤️🐸❤️ #FridayFeeling #nature… https://t.co/kZ3pNeFyOb