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Inner Life of Trees

Inner Life of Trees

Two large sycamores were felled at Time and Talents this week, clearing a huge space on the north side of our greenhouse, which we will turn into a picnic area and orchard with our new fan-trained fruit trees, arriving soon – apricot, nectarine, plum, cherry, apple, pear and more – […]

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People, Plants, Progression

People, Plants, Progression

The new year has got off to a great start, despite the freezing weather. One of our learners just passed their Plant Selection module, the most challenging of the 4 units in the Level 1 qualification.

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Surrey Square Start

Surrey Square Start

Our first day transforming the lawn at Surrey Square has gone very smoothly indeed. A recent graduate joined us to strip the lawn where we are creating flower beds, and by the end of the day we had removed several hundred square metres of sod, ready to invert, stack and […]

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Preparing for Pynfolds

Preparing for Pynfolds

We are currently gearing up for a big estate-transformation project, starting in the week of November 17th. Just off Jamaica Road, Pynfolds Estate has a large central garden area, which has seen better days. We received funding from Groundwork’s Pocket Parks scheme to transform this space, and bring people back […]

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Our Latest Graduate

Our Latest Graduate

This week we were delighted to see Daniel complete his final module, Plant Selection. For the assessment, he took us round the site and picked out over 20 plants, explaining their key features and uses in exhaustive detail. We are happy that he will continue to volunteer and work with […]

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