The photo above shows the wildflowers at Furber Road

off The Kingsway in St George, Bristol.

 

 This site will be re-seeded by St George in Bloom’s volunteers with wildflowers during Spring 2019 , and additional Perennial plants

will be added to provide additional interest to this site.

 

  Some species of Bees are currently in serious decline, and

St George in Bloom is committed to meet the needs of Bees and other pollinating insects by using plants that act as food sources for these insects, and incorporating them in the planting schemes.

 

New project for 2019 at St. George Park

 

During 2019 Volunteers from St George in Bloom will create a Bee

& Butterfly garden on the plot near the main entrance to St George Park. A number of local shops and commercial premises have very generously donated to the overall cost of this project. More information and updates will be provided as the project develops.

 

Above is a photo of the site that was taken late summer 2018 showing the plot looking neglected and overgrown.

More photos will be added when the work progresses throughout 2019.

   Our Bee & Pollinator friendly planting projects.

Home.

Aims & Contact details.

Our competition- how to apply.

Our projects for 2018/2019.

Kensington Road.

Trooper's Hill.

St George Park.

Bee& Pollinator friendly planting.

Links.