As we step into autumn and the days get increasingly short, many of us may be preparing to say goodbye to the natural wonders we’ve been able to enjoy in our gardens during the spring and summer months.
Telegraph.co.uk Mary Berry's recipe for gardening success Telegraph.co.uk She says: “Gardening is a fantastic exercise whatever your age. It is particularly suitable as we get older because we can vary the workload on the joints.
Western Morning News Plymouth digs up its roadside verges to create wildlife havens for bees Western Morning News A project is being launched to lure the Westcountry countryside into the inner city by creating wildlife havens for bees and other...
Blue & Green Tomorrow BBC's Alys Fowler urges gardeners to think of bees this Easter Blue & Green Tomorrow “The government must strengthen its plan to protect bees and other pollinators – but gardeners have a key role to play, too”, she said.
Herts and Essex Observer How to make your garden more eco-friendly this spring Herts and Essex Observer If your planting is attracting bees, butterflies and other wildlife, your shed is devoid of pesticides and your fruit and veg are strictly...
Chiltern Forest - Rising to the challenge... Pitchcare (press release) This was highlighted in Golf Monthly magazine in 2011, where we were recognised as one of the UK's top 100 Hidden Gems." Steven has been at Chiltern Forest for twelve years.
Scotsman Thurso to become Britain's first 'bumblebee town' Scotsman The aim of Thurso: Gateway to the Great Yellow, run by the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, is to create a sense of community ownership and encourage conservation of the distinctive...
Bristol Post Going wild in the garden - how Yatton man made his own wildlife oasis Bristol Post YOU may think your garden is your own. But you'd be wrong. In fact, you are probably sharing it with thousands of little critters.
Plymouth Herald Britain's first public 'bee verges' to be created in Plymouth Plymouth Herald SOME of Plymouth's roadside verges will be changing this month to prepare for some 'V.I.Bee' guests in a pioneering project.
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