On Wednesday 4th November, just before the second lockdown, Ian Bailey, the City Council’s Engagement Officer, Education, Environment and Ecology, came to start us off preparing the verge between No. 2 Leaside Way and No. 51 Bassett Green Road for wildflower planting. A spade-width strip of turf has been removed and placed upside down beside the strip. The strip forms the shape of an eye. In the strip and on top of the upside down turf, we planted a native meadow seed mixture of 12 wild flowers and 7 grasses. In the area within the boundary, we will plant some perennial wild flowers as plug plants in the Spring.

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