Author: Becs Newman

As we begin to write our November blog during Lockdown 2.0, our thoughts stray to the need for a holiday and a change of scene! And what better place to staycation than the glorious Peak District?

Having previously worked with…

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Following its opening in March of this year, Leeds Skelton Lake Services is seamlessly blending into its lakeside environment thanks to its ‘living roof’.

We are no stranger to green roof installations, and Skelton Lake Services has been one…

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Coronation Park, Helston benefits from the CIRIA BIG Biodiversity Challenge

 

It is always a great privilege to be involved in the CIRIA BIG Biodiversity Challenge and, as in previous years, Wildflower Turf Ltd was the overall prize sponsor at last year’s…

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Here at Wildflower Turf HQ we are constantly striving to improve our offering and providing our customers with the highest quality of Wildflower Turf. Part of this process is something that happens long before the turf even leaves our…

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Back on the 18th June, we hosted a webinar on Biophilic Design and were delighted to have two guest speakers. We were joined by Dr Alia Fadel who lectures on the subject at Leeds Beckett University and Giles…

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This month we hand our blog over to Eliza Nicholas, founder of Rocket Garden Design

For those with a garden or any sort of outdoor space nearby,…

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As Lockdown starts to ease and some form of normality returns we have asked our staff to let us know what living and working…

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As Lockdown starts to ease and some form of normality returns we have asked our staff to let us know what living and working in ‘lockdown’ has been like for them.

Mike Leflay, Farm Manager

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In 1970, Joni Mitchell prophetically sang, “you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone”, and never has this statement held more truth. COVID-19 has infiltrated our communities and impacted on virtually every aspect of our lives.

With the country…

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Three more weeks of Lockdown – more isolation on an isolated farm near Basingstoke.

What a shock the first three weeks of lockdown were, our immediate thoughts…

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