Autumn is traditionally the time to tidy up your garden, ‘putting it to bed for winter’ as my grandfather would say. Times and attitudes have changed, and I’d like to put in a big plea for not…
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Our best natural autumn spectacle is the changing colour of leaves in our woodlands. But why does this happen?
Dr Cath Price takes a look at Autumn nuts in this latest blog.
With summer quickly heading towards Autumn the nights are starting to draw in and many of our borders are beginning to flag after flowering all summer. However, we still need to give wildlife a…
Bonfire night is fast approaching and it is expected there will be a considerably higher amount of bonfires in gardens due to Covid-19 restrictions.
This poses an increased risk for…
As the leaves start to fall and the weather turns colder, it is a vital time for hedgehogs, working hard to fatten up throughout autumn, ready for their long winter sleep.
Berries are abundant at this time of the year but we are lucky to have several more unusual species in Shropshire.