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the garden project – daisy’s blog spot

Daisy loves photographing our garden as it is taking shape – so she is recording how we plant so others can learn from our work – for the potatoes we needed to plant them in grow bags with 15cm of soil above and below and…

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the garden project – daisys blog spot – arty facts…

We love brightening up our garden by creating unique sculptures and signs and so we’ve been upcycling plastics to create exotic birds and animals to live in our garden as well as creating a beautiful mosaic sign to welcome everyone to our lovely area.  Photos…

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the garden project – Are you tyred?

We made a seat, its is made out of a tyre and some wood and rope we wrapped round the rope round and round and then it made an amazing seat:)  I helped drill the wood and glue the rope – it was fun:) blog…

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the garden project – plastic fantastic

loving our up cycled birds they are tweetastic ! Kindly supported by Awards for All

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the garden project – sign of the times

Knowing what you can and can’t eat is important in a kitchen garden so our artists developed some funky signs on spoons so newcomers to the garden can easily discover what’s what and what’s not. Kindly supported by Awards for All

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the garden project – take a seat …

We’ve put pallets to great use as vertical gardens along our bricked wall, but our young gardening designers decided to build their own pallet bench following some online research of what can be achieved with a humble pallet – and we are loving the results!…

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the garden project – greenhouse

British weather can be a little bit limiting – although last year we really enjoyed a glorious summer – so here’s hoping for another this year – but just incase we arent so lucky we decided to get a poly carbon greenhouse for our gardeners…

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the garden project – tyred out…

Stray Cat Media and our young gardeners at Dewi Jones Unit, Alder Hey are committed to recycling and up cycling and so we collected some old tyres – including two extra large tractor tyres that we have put to good use for growing our produce…

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the garden project – worm city

Our gardeners know the benefits of worms for any gardener because worm worked compost or worm casts are the most nutrient rich natural compost known – so we helped them set up a wormery so we can sustain the project through the creation of our own…

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