Spring is the perfect time to plant some summer flowers that will attract bees and butterflies. At the nursery last year we were busy extending the native woodland with more native trees under planted with a wildflower meadow. We have now got beautiful pink wildflowers to show for it, attracting pollinators and providing homes for wildlife as well as extending the natural beauty of the local woodland.
Wildflower meadows are also great for nurturing the land. The root structures help to prevent flooding, keep all of the nutrients where they belong, and fight climate change by reducing greenhouse gasses. To read more about the importance of Wildflower meadows follow this link to the WWF Website or contact us to hear more about buying Wildflower turf to bring a bit of nature back to your garden.