Join us this Saturday at PopBrixton to make edible windowsill gardens which will provide you with lovely fresh leaves even in the depths of winter. The session is free and lasts about 90 minutes. You will be equipped with the skills and knowledge you need to care for your own […]
We had an exciting visit today to a south London nursery that wants to transform its outdoor space into an edible forest playground where learning about nature can happen every day. We very much look forward to working with Father Nature on the design and creation of this space, which will […]
We are delighted to have been commissioned to design and install the planting at an innovative pop-up exhibition by Carl Turner Architects. The project addresses the challenge of London’s housing crisis, by looking at small-scale, affordable & quickly-created domestic spaces. Accordingly, we have created a variety of planting styles, showing […]
We are pleased to announce a number of part time roles for which we are recruiting. Please see below for details – there is a Dropbox link to the job descriptions and staff handbook. If you cannot access this, please email us to request the relevant documents. The process is […]
The longest day of the year approaches, and we have got activities to fill all those sunny hours across our sites from Brixton to Rotherhithe. The big news this season has been the opening of PopBrixton (www.popbrixton.org), where we are managing the green spaces, including a vast polytunnel cafe/dining room. […]
Outdoor activities are in full swing, and we’ve been busy setting up exciting new projects with collaborators from Canada Water to Brixton.
London – its plants & people – has noticed the warmer, brighter, longer days!
Check out the video of the day we spent transforming a residential garden outside London.
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 – […]
Congratulations to Paula, a local resident who completed her Level 1 Horticulture Award at the start of February.