For those that are RHS Members, take a look at your March issue of The Garden magazine, pages 70-72. Plants for Bugs gets a three-page spread, forming an introduction to a new series on wildlife gardening called 'Living Gardens'. Let me know what you think.
Meanwhile, progress was made yesterday with clearing the tired heather bed next to our Plants for Bugs beds, ready for wildflower sowing next month. The weather was blistering and despite numerous requests no ice-creams were forthcoming!
Since last week, the handsome cherry tree that overshadows the bed has burst into bloom. You can see it on the pix above and below. Judi our volunteer was delighted to discover it was called Prunus x juddii.