Friday, 27 February 2015

Free Seeds from Grow Wild Scotland

Grow Wild 2015 seed kit registration update: Hello Frugaldom, Thanks again for registering for free Grow Wild Scotland seed kits to share with people in your group/s. We’re delighted to let you know that you will receive a seed kit by late March 2015.


Grow Wild Scotland

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You’re joining the UK’s biggest ever wild flower campaign, helping to create over one million square metres of colour in summer 2015 Supported by the Big Lottery Fund and led by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew; Grow Wild inspires communities, friends, neighbours and individuals across the UK to come together to transform local spaces, by sowing, growing and enjoying native wild flowers.

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While you wait for your seeds, join the 20,000 people across the UK planning a growing space with their group/s.

Please join us too for exclusive tips by signing up for the Grow Wild e-newsletter and social media at growwilduk.com, where you’ll also find an exciting range of free advice, activities and how-to videos. We’ll add more content as the delivery date gets closer.

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Each kit has a getting started guide, five seed packets, site markers and a DIY bee house. There are also Grow Wild prizes to be won for the best photos/videos of your group/s creating and enjoying your Newton Stewart space.

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The Grow Wild team

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Working Wood tree pack

This is great news, as we need all the help we can get planting up the Frugaldom Project so it grows and flourishes into a wilderness of colour. Along with this news, we have also received notification from Alba Trees to say that our Working Woodland tree pack of 420 young trees from the Woodland Trust has now been despatched. The trees should be with us next week and we hope to get them into the ground as soon as possible, so have a planting expedition planned for next weekend.

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Free Seeds from Grow Wild Scotland

2 comments:

  1. lots of good things happening in your part of the world

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    1. Long terrm good, short term problem of having no transport and a 16 mile cross-country gap between here and there. Still debating what to do about that. :)

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