*** ZOOM MEETING – ALL INVITED*** THURSDAY 12TH OCTOBER AT 7PM
Granton Blooms is delighted to be organising an amazing sensory experience in our grounds on the afternoon of Wednesday 4th October. The event is hosted by Lidia from our own congregation, and run by a Community Officer from the RSPB.
The event, starting at 1pm, will be hosted by Lidia and run by a Community Officer from the RSPB. Children are also welcome to this free event where we will explore and connect with nature in our grounds.
Lidia is almost finished her internship in the Granton Blooms Garden – read her blog
It’s astonishing that we are so many weeks into summer now and somehow flowers do not seem to have an end. Last week was probably the most beautiful week for our cosmos flowers – just look at them. Hollyhocks emerged too – they are so typical for Polish gardens!
Pop along to the West Hall on Friday 1st September and join in Granton Goes Greener’s Plant swap – no need to bring anything to swap!
This week Lidia has been busy in the garden – learning about Mugwort
Lidia’s weekly Blog tells us how we go against the natural course of things of a plant that wants to produce seed at all costs – we don’t allow them to do this so that we can feast our eyes on the new flowers for a few more weeks. And more from “The Bus Stop Greengrocer”.
On the one hand, rain is doing us such a big favour this summer – I personally can’t recall the last time I watered our garden, can you?
But on the other hand, it makes me really worried that maybe too much rain can damage our crops or make them rot. I don’t think it’s going to happen, but it’s a great thing to observe this and learn through practice.
This week’s blog from Lidia – from the Granton Blooms garden