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Going wild in the Nature Area

At last spring has arrived, so the Green Team seized the opportunity to plant a mini wildflower meadow in the Nature Area.

A wildflower meadow will not only look beautiful, but will hopefully encourage a variety of insects, including bees.  These will, in turn, help to pollinate other plants and our orchard.

First the children raked over the soil to remove any hard or large lumps, then they threw a mixture of seeds in a random pattern to encourage a wonderful mix of colours and scents when they grow.  Lastly they covered the seeds with soil and watered them.

Now we just need nature to smile on us and the sun to smile on the new wildflower meadow.


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