Saturday December 7, 2019

Something Wild

They’re beautiful and fashionable, yes – but they also maintain the balance of the ecosystem, are central to sustainable farming, and help slow climate change. We can all go wild for wildflowers

14th July, 2019
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Fashions come and go in gardens as much as anywhere else, but hopefully the recent popularity of wildflower meadows is one that is here to stay. No other trend can have such far-reaching benefits – meadows have the potential to alter the plight of our wildlife, heal the earth by restoring the balance of nature, reduce the use of chemicals, as well as being a valuable tool in the fight against climate change.

“Without wildflowers,...

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