Thursday 2nd May 2024

Hot on the heels of the National Trust nature photography competition, (results pending), we are now taking part in the RHS Big Sow.  Some of our school compost is now ready to use once we pot the seeds on and we will also be able to make use of all the rain that has accumulated in our rain butt.  More evidence that we are becoming as self-sufficient and zero carbon as we can.  The RHS sent us a mixture of hardy annuals and perennials: Fennel, Love lies bleeding, Cosmos, an Rudbekia.  Some will be grown in seed trays and some directly outside, once the beds have been dug over and prepared.  Hopefully, they will make a welcoming display in the car park.