Welcome To The Garden

Find out what inspired us to make the change from city to rural and what projects we're working on
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Projects

We’re continuously putting in the hours to renovate and transform this plot into a paradise of a garden that is sustainable and encourages diversity that will aid a healthy ecosystem. In our blog we will be talking about various projects we’re up to on the land.

The Polytunnel

Our completely new environment which allows use to grow a whole new load of crops! We’re documenting the transformations through the seasons and sharing our progress on the blog!

The Old Greenhouse now an Edible Garden

Situated in one of the very old commercial greenhouses that once was used to grow bedding plants on mass, but has been transformed over the last ten years into an incredible, diverse garden that produces so much food! Although it is missing large amounts of glass, it still has its own micro climate that keeps the majority of harsh weather out.

Creating the Ultimate Compost

Turning waste into valuable compost is an ongoing project and will help us to fertilise the land. We’re doing the research on fertile compost and what plants really need to thrive and survive. But, we are taking it to the next level by creating our own elements!

The Annual Spring Plant Sale

The May Day Fayre is our busiest time of the year! Every spring we rent a stall at the May bank holiday fete where we sell a variety of plants that are grown from seed and hardened off in the great British weather. Sharon’s been running this show for a decade now!

Latest Projects

2020 has been another year of learning and also the year we finally decided to introduce Ducks and Chickens to the land, as well as expanding our skills and learning how to become beekeepers!

We’ll be sharing some of our recent experiences on the blog soon including creating a bee friendly garden from scratch, ready for our first hive, constructing various animal housing and doing what the internet said not to do.. incubating chickens and ducks together!

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