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    Living the seasons

    In our modern world we can easily sit and miss the changing seasons, only to step outside one bright sunny day and realise summer has finally arrived and it’s time to reach for the sun cream. This is a very different story to the lives of our forefathers. Life was lived in concert with the […]

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    Plants for pollinators – creating pollinator friendly seed mixes for gardens and urban green spaces

    Meet Lucy Witter, one of our new PhD students creating pollinator friendly seed mixes at the Botanic Garden.

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    February Report: Change Afoot

    Find out what our horticultural apprentice Carly has been up to

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    Not such a bad day for voles

    During the summer whilst working in the Growing the Future Garden I have been charmed with the company of field voles.

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    Growing peat free

    Every year amateur gardeners use millions of wheelbarrows worth of peat. I can remember peat free compost being available back in the 1990’s. In 2017 we don’t seem to have progressed much.

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