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We've dug up the ground and removed the lawn. The next stage in this exciting makeover project is to go back to Margate at the end of October and prepare the bed with mulch and organic matter. The tree surgeons have been booked and the winterwash will commence in early 2020. We will also start building the raised beds, ready for vegetable planting in the Spring and have ordered the plants for the borders:

1 x Malus - John Downey
1 x Flowering Cherry
3 x Buddleia - Black Knight, Daviddi, Royal Red3
3 x Carioperitis - Grande Blue
12 x Asters - Monchl
12 x Hellenium - Rubinzweg
12 x Anenome - Honorine Jobert

For more info visit: www.enchantedgardenskent.co.uk/2019/07/03/sensory-garden-for-people-with-special-needs

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14 hours ago

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I really look forward to meeting Simon Pollard tomorrow! He runs a Wildlife Friendly Garden & Landscape Design company called | Simple Life in Deal, Kent. His ethos stands for supporting Britain’s declining wildlife population and just like us, his aim is also to attract a thriving world of birds, mammals, insects and amphibians to any outdoor space - in particular championing the Hedgehog, Bumblebee and Sparrows. www.simplelifeltd.co.uk/our-work

Let's see if he wants to give a talk at Enchanted Gardens, or perhaps even use our plants in his projects? Please like this post if you are interested in hearing more from Simon.Hi good people, I’m looking for more speaking opportunities.
I have two presentations ready, the first, ‘how to bring wildlife into your garden and why you should’, the second called ‘Love in a pond’. I can be pm’d through here or e mailed at Simon.longbow@icloud.com
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I really look forward to meeting Simon Pollard tomorrow! He runs a Wildlife Friendly Garden & Landscape Design company called | Simple Life in Deal, Kent. His ethos stands for supporting Britain’s declining wildlife population and  just like us, his aim is also to attract a thriving world of birds, mammals, insects and amphibians to any outdoor space - in particular championing the Hedgehog, Bumblebee and Sparrows. www.simplelifeltd.co.uk/our-work 

Lets see if he wants to give a talk at Enchanted Gardens, or perhaps even use our plants in his projects? Please like this post if you are interested in hearing more from Simon.

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Lots to talk about...

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A truly enchanting sight. The lovely Konik wild horses grazing on the edge of the small woodland just behind our nursery. Adorable. 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

A truly enchanting sight. The lovely Konik wild horses grazing on the edge of the small woodland just behind our nursery. Adorable. :-)Image attachmentImage attachment

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Looks gr8🥰

Even if we can't see and enjoy the sun at the moment, there is still a lot of colour in the garden and a fair amount of plants in bloom. Come down and have a look. Tue - Fri 10am - 3pm, or call for visits outside these hours. All our plants are £ 7.50 unless stated otherwise. www.enchantedgardenskent.co.uk/plants ... See MoreSee Less

How to be an eco-friendly gardener. By #gardening with a few #eco_friendly practices in mind, you will be positively impacting the environment, local wildlife and your garden. - Caroline Knight @ The INDEX Magazine - ... See MoreSee Less

How to be an eco-friendly gardener. By #gardening with a few #eco_friendly practices in mind, you will be positively impacting the environment, local wildlife and your garden. - Caroline Knight @ The INDEX Magazine -

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More filming at Enchanted Gardens: Pilip Carr is making a short film about Donna and her work.

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Whitstable's Wonder Woman of the gardening world. 🙂 www.youtube.com/channel/UCPJsvbyQNNg1Rlgt1tKL9Fg/videos?view=0&sort=dd&shelf_id=0

Hey well done Donna ! X

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Processing the seeds from our harvested Salsify ‘Tragapogon’ commonly know as Skirret. These have amazing fluffy parachutes on every seed to ensure the wind disperses them effectively and so that they javelin into soil! So cool and very beautiful!
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Processing the seeds from our harvested Salsify ‘Tragapogon’ commonly know as Skirret. These have amazing fluffy parachutes on every seed to ensure the wind disperses them effectively and so that they javelin into soil! So cool and very beautiful!
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"Do what you love, or do nothing. The problems of modern life are made worse by the lack of nature in our lives. We are not truly happy in such a world." Simon Barnes - environmental writer at RSPB. ... See MoreSee Less

Do what you love, or do nothing. The problems of modern life are made worse by the lack of nature in our lives. We are not truly happy in such a world. Simon Barnes - environmental writer at RSPB.

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How to create a perfect wildflower meadow.

6 days ago

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Wow!!! Did you know, the Bumblebee Trust is working with Kent Wildlife Trust to improve roadside verges for pollinators, creating ‘Bee-roads’ and restoring and creating pollinator habitat connectivity. #BuzzingCoast twitter.com/BuzzingCoast Kent County Council We need more of them in the Whitstable area!This is Rotherham where council have planted 8 miles of wild flower verges. It has saved 25k in mowing costs. These photos posted by British Beekeeping Association! ... See MoreSee Less

Wow!!! Did you know, the Bumblebee Trust is working with Kent Wildlife Trust to improve roadside verges for pollinators, creating ‘Bee-roads’ and restoring and creating pollinator habitat connectivity. #BuzzingCoast  https://twitter.com/BuzzingCoast Kent County Council We need more of them in the Whitstable area!

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Beautiful.👌

Calling all Kent based landscape gardeners - especially those who love to design wildlife friendly gardens that are perfect for people, as well as for wildlife. We'd love to hear from you and like to introduce you to our pollinator-friendly plant range. Come and visit our specialised nursery one day. 🙂

Simple Life
Dpz Gardens - Landscape Gardeners
HC GardensLandscape
Millhouse Landscapes - Garden & Landscape Design
Tudor Rose Landscapes & Ground Management

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Calling all Kent based landscape gardeners - especially those who love to design wildlife friendly gardens that are perfect for people, as well as for wildlife. Wed love to hear from you and like to introduce you to our pollinator-friendly plant range. Come and visit our specialised nursery one day. :-) 

Simple Life
Dpz Gardens - Landscape Gardeners
HC GardensLandscape
Millhouse Landscapes - Garden & Landscape Design
Tudor Rose Landscapes & Ground Management 

#gardendesigners #landscapegardeners #wildlifefriendlygardens Enchanted Gardens Kent #KentLandscapeGardeningImage attachmentImage attachment

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Great ⚡️

Hi there many thanks for the invite, I have been meaning to call in to see what you get up to for a while so will contact you ahead when I do ! Lisa

Love to please message with contact details and I’ll call you. Simon

1 week ago

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Pesticides and chemical fertilisers are dangerous for biodiversity and nature and have been identified as one of the reasons behind the dwindling numbers of Pollinators in France and indeed globally. They kill life in the soil and make plants dependent on them. A ban on use in Parks & Gardens this year has been welcomed but they are also heavily used in the agricultural industry by farmers working to produce food for the population and opposition to an all out ban has been fierce.Pollinators

There is some good news for Pollinators in France where use of Pesticides in Public Parks & Private Gardens has been banned..

Pesticides and chemical fertilisers are dangerous for biodiversity and nature and have been identified as one of the reasons behind the dwindling numbers of Pollinators in France and indeed globally. They kill life in the soil and make plants dependent on them. A ban on use in Parks & Gardens this year has been welcomed but they are also heavily used in the agricultural industry by farmers working to produce food for the population and opposition to an all out ban has been fierce.

The French Parliament previously announced a ban starting in 2019, but has voted to allow production of certain pesticides until 2025, despite these toxic products already being banned in the EU, but France can also continue to produce some of these ‘banned pesticides’ as long as they are sold to countries outside of the European Union - EU.

Of 577 Parliamentary deputies, 37 turned up for the vote and 27 supported the reprieve, however, the amendment does require companies only get exemptions if they agree to sign a transition convention – a contract defining some alternatives to put in place.

#savethebees #pollinators #france #bees #beesneeds

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Pesticides and chemical fertilisers are dangerous for biodiversity and nature and have been identified as one of the reasons behind the dwindling numbers of Pollinators in France and indeed globally. They kill life in the soil and make plants dependent on them. A ban on use in Parks & Gardens this year has been welcomed but they are also heavily used in the agricultural industry by farmers working to produce food for the population and opposition to an all out ban has been fierce.

1 week ago

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October is here but there are still butterflies to be found in between the downpours. Some of our most beautiful moths are also on the wing in Autumn. Repost from. @savebutterflies
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#savebutterflies #ButterflyConservation #butterflies #kentbutterflies #lepidoptera #conservation #moths #kentmoths #kentsmagnificentmoths #macro #macromoths #igcb_moths #mothnight #mothweek #mothsmatter #mothtrapping #londonparks #royalparks #londonwildlife #urbanwildlife #urbanjungle #autumnwatch #ecowarrior #extinctionrebellion #biodiversity #earthchild #volunteer #charity #citizenscience
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I highly recommend reading through Rosybee's blog! www.rosybee.com/blog. There is some really valuable information on there that we can all benefit from. Join the #WildlifeGardeningRevolution! 😉 ... See MoreSee Less

I highly recommend reading through Rosybees blog! http://www.rosybee.com/blog. There is some really valuable information on there that we can all benefit from. Join the #WildlifeGardeningRevolution! ;-)

Hello Photographers Groups,

Enchanted Gardens Kent is letting all photographic societies & groups know that we are a truly wonderful venue for year round visits. We are a pollinator Conservation Gardens and Nursery, and have established ourselves with a spectacular diversity of insects and flowers, even in autumn & wintertime. We are a permanent host to the rarest Bumblebee in the whole of the UK too and offer seating for 20 with tea/coffee and cake & a tour or lecture. I look forward to a chat about booking for 2020. 🙂

#WildBirdPhotography, #WildlifePhotography, #NaturePhotography #PhotographyClub
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Hello Photographers Groups,

Enchanted Gardens Kent is letting all photographic societies & groups know that we are a truly wonderful venue for year round visits. We are a pollinator Conservation Gardens and Nursery, and have established ourselves with a spectacular diversity of insects and flowers, even in autumn & wintertime. We are a permanent host to the rarest Bumblebee in the whole of the UK too and offer seating for 20 with tea/coffee and cake & a tour or lecture. I look forward to a chat about booking for 2020. :-) 

#WildBirdPhotography, #WildlifePhotography, #NaturePhotography #PhotographyClub

2 weeks ago

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Glass sculptures in the Healing Garden at Blackthorn Trust. Perhaps we should have something similar here at Enchanted Gardens?The stunning glass sculptures designed by Stoney Parsons Architectural and stained glass artist have gone in over the last week completing the new healing garden. We are over the moon with them!
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Glass sculptures in the Healing Garden at Blackthorn Trust. Perhaps we should have something similar here at Enchanted Gardens?

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Oh can we can we??!!!!

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2 weeks ago

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The Blackthorn Trust is a supportive therapeutic environment near Maidstone in Kent, in which people can recover, grow and develop. Founded over 30 years ago by Dr David McGavin, they offer specialist therapies and rehabilitation at their unique facilities which includes the Blackthorn Medical Centre, a large #biodynamicgarden, #sculptures, a #vegetariancafé and kitchen, #craftstudios and #therapyrooms. Their work is based on the belief that #morethanmedication is required to affect #positivechange in people: namely #community, #meaningfulwork, therapeutic and peer support, and daily routine. They are proud of how the work of #RudolphSteiner underpins all their work, and the belief that people can be ‘over-intellectualised and should pay more attention to feelings, to the imagination, to the emotions, to the body and the space it occupies, and to nature and all its rhythms.’
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The Blackthorn Trust is a supportive therapeutic environment near Maidstone in Kent, in which people can recover, grow and develop. Founded over 30 years ago by Dr David McGavin, they offer specialist therapies and rehabilitation at their unique facilities  which includes the Blackthorn Medical Centre, a large #biodynamicgarden, #sculptures, a #vegetariancafé and kitchen, #craftstudios and #therapyrooms. Their work is based on the belief that #morethanmedication is required to affect #positivechange in people: namely #community, #meaningfulwork, therapeutic and peer support, and daily routine. They are proud of how the work of #RudolphSteiner underpins all their work, and the belief that people can be ‘over-intellectualised and should pay more attention to feelings, to the imagination, to the emotions, to the body and the space it occupies, and to nature and all its rhythms.’  
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Our 'Enchanted Seeds' are here! We've got:

- Scophularia Sambucifiola (Elder-leaved Figwort)
- Eupatorium Maculatum
- Campanula Latifolia
- Centaurea Macrocephala (Knapweed)
- Nigella (Love-in-a-mist)
- Icelandic Poppy
- Phlomis Fructosa
- Nicandra physalodes (Shoo-fly plant)
- Hollyhock
- Foxgloves
- Cephalaria
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Our Enchanted Seeds are here! Weve got:

- Scophularia Sambucifiola (Elder-leaved Figwort)
- Eupatorium Maculatum 
- Campanula Latifolia
- Centaurea Macrocephala (Knapweed)
- Nigella (Love-in-a-mist)
- Icelandic Poppy
- Phlomis Fructosa
- Nicandra physalodes (Shoo-fly plant)
- Hollyhock
- Foxgloves
- Cephalaria

We've just sold a Leonotis Leonorus! This very insect friendly plant grows up to 9 feet and is extremely rare and unusual. It's sometimes known as The Stair-Case Plant and has very striking and unusual orange flowers. It is listed as a perennial and is ideal for back of borders. We think that they may respond a little too well to “pinching out”, as the plants can ascended to double their expected height and measures 12 feet by the end of the summer! www.enchantedgardenskent.co.uk/product/leonotis-leonorus ... See MoreSee Less

Weve just sold a Leonotis Leonorus! This very insect friendly plant grows up to 9 feet and is extremely rare and unusual. Its sometimes known as The Stair-Case Plant and has very striking and unusual orange flowers. It is listed as a perennial and is ideal for back of borders. We think that they may respond a little too well to “pinching out”, as the plants can ascended to double their expected height and measures 12 feet by the end of the summer! www.enchantedgardenskent.co.uk/product/leonotis-leonorusImage attachment

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For anyone who missed these colourful abstract paintings that were on show here at Enchanted Garden earlier this year - they will be in an exhibition during the East Kent Artists' Open Houses (EKOH), which is part of the Canterbury Festival #ekohwhitstable. So if you are visiting the Whitstable trail, check out house no.31 on the weekends October – 12th/13th + 19th/20th + 26th/27th. Brochures can be picked up from us!Some of the striking artwork we have on display during June - July 2019. They are all for sale and of course, look good inside any modern, contemporay home too, not just in our garden. ... See MoreSee Less

For anyone who missed these colourful abstract paintings that were on show here at Enchanted Garden earlier this year - they will be in an exhibition during the East Kent Artists Open Houses (EKOH), which is part of the Canterbury Festival #ekohwhitstable. So if you are visiting the Whitstable trail, check out house no.31 on the weekends October – 12th/13th + 19th/20th + 26th/27th. Brochures can be picked up from us!

2 weeks ago

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Ellenden Farm Camping Kent is only 5 min away from us. Working with the Bumblebee Conservation Trust they planted a large crop of clover earlier this year - and the good news is that there are now hundreds of bumblebees and other pollinating insects in their fields! Their next project is working with the RSPB Love Nature to give a safe habitat to the endangered #TurtleDoves.

In 2018 Ellenden Farm put down its arable land to #conservation, turning it into naturally productive, species-rich meadows full of English meadow flowers and grasses. This is in addition to the Farm’s 200 acres of #protected #ancientwoodland which is a #SiteofScientificInterest. They work with Natural England and other conservation groups to protect and encourage fauna and flora, returning all their fields back to #flower_rich #haymeadows that are now a #rare and #importanthabitat. By managing their woodland, #ponds and the #wildflowermeadows together, they aim to increase levels of #wildlife. If you want to be a part of one of their projects (perhaps not so much in the autumn/ winter season), you can glamp in the middle of it all and see how their hard work is going.
www.ellenden-glamping-kent.co.ukRent them both .
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Ellenden Farm Camping Kent is only 5 min away from us. Working with the Bumblebee Conservation Trust they planted a large crop of clover earlier this year - and the good news is that there are now hundreds of bumblebees and other pollinating insects in their fields! Their next project is working with the RSPB Love Nature to give a safe habitat to the endangered #TurtleDoves. 

In 2018 Ellenden Farm put down its arable land to #conservation, turning it into naturally productive, species-rich meadows full of English meadow flowers and grasses. This is in addition to the Farm’s 200 acres of #protected #ancientwoodland which is a #SiteofScientificInterest. They work with Natural England and other conservation groups to protect and encourage fauna and flora, returning all their fields back to #flower_rich #haymeadows that are now a #rare and #importanthabitat. By managing their woodland, #ponds and the #wildflowermeadows together, they aim to increase levels of #wildlife. If you want to be a part of one of their projects (perhaps not so much in the autumn/ winter season), you can glamp in the middle of it all and see how their hard work is going. 
www.ellenden-glamping-kent.co.uk

Aster Novae-Angeline ‘Harrington’s pink’. The shrill carder-bees LOVE IT! It has a garden award of merit and it divisible so bear with us and we will have it for sale by next year as this is the only one we have. ... See MoreSee Less

Aster Novae-Angeline ‘Harrington’s pink’. The shrill carder-bees LOVE IT! It has a garden award of merit and it divisible so bear with us and we will have it for sale by next year as this is the only one we have.

A short interview with the amazing Justin Gilday. Thank you so much for showing your incredible artwork at Enchanted Gardens. Hopefully we can arrange to have another exhibition in the not so distant future. 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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Tracey - Here are some lovely pics from the exhibition. www.enchantedgardenskent.co.uk/2019/09/29/art-exhibitions

Thank you it was an enjoyable weekend ... in the Garden.

Oh I’m sad to have missed this! I love Justin’s work. So talented.

Looking beautiful Donna Richardson 😘

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www.enchantedgardenskent.co.uk #EnchantedGardensKent #OpenDay #NatureConservation #PollinatorGarden #NationalOpenGardenScheme2019 #SavetheBees #WildlifeProtection #Bees #Butterfly_friendlyGardeningIt's a lovely day and people are queing up to come in and see our beautiful gardens and incredible artwork. We are open today and tomorrow from 10am - 5:30pm. If you can't make it this weekend, then feel free to get in touch and arrange a visit during our normal opening hours. www.enchantedgardenskent.co.uk/contact-us #EnchantedGardensKent ... See MoreSee Less

Natasha Sutton from Carers Cancer Support is speaking to Donna about her campaign in raising awareness for cancer patients and their families. She is in the process of creating a beautiful #dedicationgarden for her mother, together with Enchanted Gardens' help. This new pilot scheme is based in Whitstable, but the plan is to introduce similar projects nationwide.
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Thanks for having me today ! It was great to meet so many people xx

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OK! Lets go... our 2rd NGS weekend is now officially open!

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Plenty of great ideas for when we get our garden sorted, AND excellent cake!

A snapshot from last June's NGS Open Garden weekend. Let's see if we can make it an even better, more impressive event today and tomorrow! The weather is stable and sunny, so come down and spend the day with us! Open from 10am - 5:30pm
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A snapshot from last Junes NGS Open Garden weekend. Lets see if we can make it an even better, more impressive event today and tomorrow! The weather is stable and sunny, so come down and spend the day with us! Open from 10am - 5:30pm
https://ngs.org.uk/find-a-garden/?postcode=Whitstable%2C%20Kent&from_date=&to_date=&date=today&page=1&opening_type=normal&distance=25

We've set up our display of dried Alliums, Orgonites and Enchanted Seeds - ready for our visitors that will come down for the NGS weekend. ... See MoreSee Less

Weve set up our display of dried Alliums, Orgonites and Enchanted Seeds - ready for our visitors that will come down for the NGS weekend.

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That looks great! 😊

Don't forget our NGS open weekend this Sat & Sunday from 10am - 5:30pm. Come along and learn about wildlife & nature conservation. Admission: £4.00 #NGSweekend #28th29thSeptember #OpenGarden #CharityEvent National Garden SchemeWhats On Whitstable Visit Kent RSPB Love Nature The Wildlife Trusts Kent NGS #WilderKent #SavetheBees #SaveButterflies #KentWildlife #WildAbtGardens #Eco #green #sustainable #wellbeing #gardening #organic #Experiences BBC Gardeners' World Magazine ngs.org.uk/view-garden/36157 ... See MoreSee Less

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Where can we get tickets booklet ect

We found a slow-worm in the workspace! Anguis fragilis is a reptile native to Eurasia and protected in the UK under the Wildlife and Countryside Act. They are commonly found in gardens and compost heaps, where food is plentiful and rotting plant material creates warm conditions.
Length‎: ‎40-50cm. Average lifespan‎: ‎up to 20 years. Weight‎: ‎20-100g.
With long, smooth, shiny, grey or brown bodies, slow worms look similar to tiny snakes. In fact they are legless lizards and quite harmless. Although found throughout mainland Britain, they are most common in Wales and south-west England. They are thought to be the most common reptile in Europe but are not seen that often as they do not usually bask in the open but prefer to hide under rocks and logs. They emerge at dusk and after rain to feed on slugs, worms and other slow moving prey. They hibernate from November to March.
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Met one on my way home on my commute...

3 weeks ago

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Another addition to our display next weekend: colourful crystal sculptures to be placed among your flower beds.Gifts for Nature: energizing Orgonite garden sculptures made with crystals, metals, flowers & resin. According to Mike Emery @ Orgone Does Wonders: “THE BEST SHAPE FOR AN ORGONITE IS A PYRAMID, a SPHERE, a DOME, a STONE, or a PUCK”
…because these shapes radiate out in all directions and it is easy to feel the power coming off it. Orgone energy devices can clean everything: the air, the water, the soil, the plants, animals and humans. He also says, if we spin around such devices with our good intentions for all, or for particular animals like the bees and butterflies, or unusual weather patterns, the spinning installs our good intentions as a memory, because the spin energy organizes information.

www.academia.edu/36034091/ORGONE_DOES_WONDERS
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Another addition to our display next weekend: colourful crystal sculptures to be placed among your flower beds.

3 weeks ago

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The weather might be patchy, but there will be lots of interesting things to see and experience this weekend at our NGS event. We've got the Bumblebee Conservation Trust here to chat to, a gorgeous display of flowers in our front and back gardens, amazing plants for sale, Enchanted Seeds for £1.00 per packet, dried Alliums for winter vase decorations (£2.50 each) and an engaging sculpture exhibition in one of our growing tunnels! Maybe the greater spotted woodpecker, who visited us yesterday afternoon will be back as well? ... See MoreSee Less

The weather might be patchy, but there will be lots of interesting things to see and experience this weekend at our NGS event. Weve got the  Bumblebee Conservation Trust here to chat to, a gorgeous display of flowers in our front and back gardens, amazing plants for sale, Enchanted Seeds for £1.00 per packet, dried Alliums for winter vase decorations (£2.50 each) and an engaging sculpture exhibition in one of our growing tunnels! Maybe the greater spotted woodpecker, who visited us yesterday afternoon will be back as well?
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