Meadows and Wild Flowers at Easton Walled Gardens
Our Top Five Wild Garden Heroes
We are constantly exploring ways to improve plant and insect diversity in the gardens. We thought you might like to know who and what we rate!
Here are Five Interesting Ways to Learn More About Meadows and Wild Flowers:
1. Lincolnshire Wild Life Trust– a voluntary charitable organisation which cares for Lincolnshire’s wildlife and countryside. It is one of 47 similar Wildlife Trusts covering the UK which are affiliated to the Royal Society for Nature Conservation.
2. Wild Garden Weekends- with stunning photography and illustrated maps, Wild Garden Weekends recommends nearly 400 of the best secret gardens, wild flower meadows, kitchen garden cafes and the most enchanting places to stay in Britain. Available to buy in our shop and online here.
3. Grow Wild, Bringing Flowers to the People- Supported by the Big Lottery Fund and led by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew; Grow Wild inspires communities, friends, neighbours and individuals across the UK to come together to transform local spaces, by sowing, growing and enjoying native wild flowers.
4. LandLife- a registered charity working for a better environment by creating new opportunities for wildflowers and native wildlife. Landlife also runs its trading company Landlife Wildflowers, farming wildflowers for seed and offering consultancy advice all over the UK.
5. Great Dixter – The meadows at Dixter have always been interesting and combine horticulture with botany in brilliant ways. Fergus Garrett is now doing experiments in the fields beyond the gardens – keep an eye on the press; the results are bound to be interesting and hugely useful to wildlife gardeners.