Author Archives: Sarah

Creating wildflower environments in schools and colleges

Over the last year we have been involved in a number of projects for schools and colleges who have decided to create wildflower areas for educational as well as landscaping purposes. It is fantastic to think that exposing more children to … Continue reading

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Most recent happy customer

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A recent very happy customer sent me these wonderful pictures of her garden. Back on 14th June they collected 11m² of our Wildflower Border Turf and laid it immediately in their garden. After watering carefully as recommended, the flowers have … Continue reading

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A gift of wildflower meadows…

Geoffrey Court, from The Circle Works in London wanted to create a Wildflower area to surround the memorial to a friend and co-worker. We all thought what a lovely idea. We supplied about 30m² of Wildflower Turf to Geoffrey back in September 2011. … Continue reading

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An update to a beautiful garden

A couple of years ago Helen Elks-smith winning entry for the Jacksons Fencing Show Garden competition, utilised our Wildflower Turf to great effect. In order to extend the flowering season Helen decided to add Aquilegia which is a beautiful plant and … Continue reading

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Ecobuild 2013 – A great success so far!

Have you seen us at Ecobuild yet? We are exhibiting at Ecobuild and you will be able to find us on Stand number: S1870 Our first day was a huge success because we picked up the Sustain Magazine Award for biodiversity. … Continue reading

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Instant meadow really is; instant!

“One year’s seeding makes seven year’s weeding”. This is a farming adage that is very relevant when preparing to sow a wildflower meadow. The soil is full of weed seeds that will establish at the same time as the seed … Continue reading

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Another proud moment…

Having the privilege to grow bespoke Wildflower Turf used for the Olympics opening ceremony and parts of the Athletes’ Village has certainly been talked about and makes us feel very proud to have had the opportunity to be so involved. … Continue reading

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Cardiff Castle update

Back in February 2009 we were approached by Paul Slawson of Evergreen Roof Gardens Ltd to quote for a wildflower roof for the Interpretation centre at Cardiff Castle. His client, Cardiff County Council wanted a green roof system which would … Continue reading

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Potential catastrophic loss of biodiversity …

There are many reports and much talk about the decline in our UK moth populations. Rothamsted Research scientists, have been working closely with colleagues at the Butterfly Conservation, and using data from Rothamsted’s BBSRC-funded national Insect Survey, have revealed something quite alarming.  The … Continue reading

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A nice little blog

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 the … Continue reading

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