Category: Wildflower Meadows

James recently visited the Athletes Village to view our established Wildflower Turf and an area we recently supplied, of bespoke grown, shade tolerant Wildflower Turf that was being installed by Gavin Jones Ltd. The laying was nearly finished and…

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After attending our accreditation program last Spring, Colin has used our Wildflower Turf a number of times, and continues to get fantastic feedback from his clients.
Here are some before and after pictures from a very satisfied customer site. This…

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Last year we blogged a lovely little project which highlighted how our Wildflower Turf can transform an area however small, into a wildflower meadow with ease.
We stumbled across this blog written by Shades of Green who carried out…

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We hope everyone had a great Christmas and here’s to a prosperous and amazing 2013!
Nearly there… In the northern hemisphere, winter 2013 officially ends on March 20th so those dark and gloomy winter days are drawing to a close, and…

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As with the case with road verges could it be conceivable to convert difficult to manage areas of green spaces to a wildflower meadow? This was the suggestion by Angus Lindsay from The Landscape Group recently in an interview in the…

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Over the last couple of months our MD James Hewetson-Brown, has been invited to be interviewed for a selection of radio stations and television stations, including BBC South East, South Today, and Sussex Radio.

We have been working with the…

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Native plants could be described as the backbone of local ecology.

With a low maintenance option that will give colour throughout the spring and summer, and provide form into the autumn months, wildflowers are surely the perfect answer to road…

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As well as a World Heritage Site with 250 years of history, Kew is a world leading plant science and conservation organisation. Kew Gardens is also famous for the impressive array of glasshouses it boasts, which prove to be…

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Do we need to worry how we use the term wildflower meadow?

This was the question posed by Miles King, well-respected Conservation Director of the Grasslands Trust. As with the majority of things in life it depends upon your point of…

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CPRE Hampshire Countryside Awards 2012 was hosted on Friday 28th September. We were announced as a finalist so we had our fingers crossed!

 
Launched in 2007, The Countryside Awards scheme…

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