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By Shaun Waycott, Avon Wildlife Trust Wildflower Nursery Manager
We tend to think of spring as the best time to plant. But here at Avon Wildlife Trust’s Wildflower Nursery, we are wondering…
Meadows in summer are rich and wild. Grasses punctuated with splashes of colour are growing fast in the long, light days. In turn bees, butterflies and other pollinators abound, feeding on nectar-…
A wildflower is more than just a pretty face. Wildflowers provide food for pollinating insects. Without wildflowers, there are no pollinators. It has been estimated that 80% of our western diet…