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My Concrete Jungle

My late father used to call it a yard as nothing grew in our back garden. It used to stand year after year pretty much...
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William Harding School Gardening Club

The young members of William Harding School Gardening Club wanted to improve wildflower habitats around their schoolyard, so they used the wildflower seeds they received...
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Ashridge Bug Hotel

Bugging out in Ashridge

Among the beautiful woodlands and meadows of Ashridge Estate, they have also built a large and luxurious bug hotel that provides accommodation for all sorts...
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Road Verge Bee Orchids Milton Keynes (Bucks Buzzing)

Milton Keynes Road Verges

In Milton Keynes changing the numbers and timings of grass cuts such as on this road verge outside a Council depot is allowing more flowers...
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Kettlewell Farm Cultivated Margins (Bucks Buzzing)

Wildflower Margins

We have a small 400 acre mixed farm on Cotswold brash which has been in CSSS and HLS for 16 years. We have extensive margins...
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Letting the Garden Grow

I have a small garden and this is what I have always done/am doing: never use any pesticides or chemicals leave wild plants to flower...
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Berry allotment - submitted by Lisa (Bucks Buzzing)

Berry Allotment

We have a family allotment where we grow healthy fruit and vegetables. We always sow loads of flowers for the pollinators so our vegetables are...
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Garden Makeover Gerrit Max (Bucks Buzzing)

Garden Makeover

I currently have a summer house and a 5000 liter pond with plenty of goldfish but I have been making plans to re-do the garden...
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Berkhampstead Field – Chesham Wildflower Sites

Following discussions about the health of wildflower sites across Buckinghamshire and the publication of the State of the Environment Report, Chesham Town Council has begun...
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Widmer Fields – Grange Area Trust

Widmer Fields lie within the Chiltern Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and are classified Green Belt. The Grange Area Trust has adopted a structured Land...
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