Autumn curiosities

I’ve spent less time in the garden recently – slightly overwhelmed by working in the city rather than from home for part of my week – so it was lovely to roam around and notice autumnal details flourishing in the cloudy light today. Not sure what kind of beetle this is ^ but it’s amazing.Continue reading “Autumn curiosities”

Gardenversary

We’ve been living here a year now. Here’s what the garden looked like this time last year. We soon got some turf put down so we wouldn’t be living in a mud bath all winter, and carved out some beds. I’m looking forward to another gardening year, and to learning much more about plants andContinue reading “Gardenversary”

New curiosities

My day job is a little intense at the moment, and I’ve consequently spent less time in the garden with shorter lunch breaks, so this weekend I was glad to take a moment to notice what’s changed. The gaps in our beds are lessening week by week, as plants fill out and more flowers thanContinue reading “New curiosities”

Rainy day magic

Having bent towards the beating sun in recent weeks, I can almost hear the plants breathing a sigh of relief as they soak up significant rainfall today. Several of our roses have flopped to the ground, their petals scattered all over the surrounding earth, but it’s nothing a little sunlight or staking won’t remedy. WishingContinue reading “Rainy day magic”

Wildlife and biodiversity at Eddington, northwest Cambridge

Warren Forsyth, Operations Director at Eddington – a new neighbourhood in northwest Cambridge – shares how his team strives for abundant wildlife and biodiversity across the site Nature is at the heart of our strategy.There is one overarching strategy for the entire Eddington site, including any future development, which is to ensure wildlife and biodiversityContinue reading “Wildlife and biodiversity at Eddington, northwest Cambridge”