Our parents and children have been busy, wedding, turning over, adding new soil and then planting our bed with sensory and pollinator plants
Learning about pollinators and why they are important for our wildlife and especially our bees that are under threat. Touching and smelling, whilst looking at the growing information.
We had the lovely Ruth a local Willow Sculptor, who came in to work with our children to show them how to weave willow to make Tee Pees for our plants to grow up
Weeding our beautiful flower crown from last year, ready for the seeds to germinate and grow again
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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