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Growing a Greener Henley – Don’t forget No Mow May!/in Community Groups, Gardening, Greener Henley, Home - Other Stories, News/by Liz Ware
Yes, it is May – and the strange weather continues. In the last couple of months, we’ve experienced everything that can make growing new plants tricky – or impossible. […]
Gardening Blog: April – A Mixed Bag of Weather and Cultivating Kindness/in Community Groups, Gardening, Greener Henley/by Liz Ware
Only a few days into April and we’ve already had record-breaking highs and freezing north-east winds. There’s a good reason that experienced gardeners tell us not to sow outside […]
Growing a Greener Henley – Looking at the Things We are Growing and Eating in March/in Community Groups, Gardening, Greener Henley/by Liz Ware
Signs of Spring in our gardens and hedgerows, and amazing hot cross buns at Bosley Patch. https://bosleypatch.co.uk/ What more could we possibly need to help us through a pandemic? How […]
Growing a Greener Henley – Beginnings/in Community Groups, Entertainment and Leisure, Gardening, Greener Henley, Home - Other Stories, News/by Liz Ware
What can we do to reduce our carbon footprint? We can try to eat as seasonally and as locally as possible – and we can grow some food of […]
Stonor Gardens Reopen With Street Food Takeways Too/in Entertainment and Leisure, Gardening, Home - Other Stories, News, Wine & Food Blog/by Editor
Stonor Park are really pleased to have reopened the gardens and car park at Stonor following the latest Government guidelines on accessing green spaces safely. They are now open from […]