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MeadowMat Widflower Turf Blog

Have a browse of our posts to see what we've been up to in the world of turf!

  1. Wednesday, 25 January 2017 12:11:42 Europe/London

    Our blogger is planning a wildflower meadow to save her time in the garden.  Find out what she's thinking.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  2. Friday, 4 November 2016 13:57:47 Europe/London

    Some of our favourite projects using wildflowers.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  3. Friday, 26 August 2016 09:40:30 Europe/London

    What would an English garden be without butterflies, bees and birdsong?  Find out what to plant in your garden to attract wildlife.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  4. Tuesday, 23 August 2016 13:52:41 Europe/London

    Visitors to St James's Park in London this summer were treated to a stunning display of wild flowers created using Meadowmat wild flower turf.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  5. Tuesday, 26 July 2016 10:42:00 Europe/London

    Ten easy to find plants that will help support butterflies

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  6. Tuesday, 12 July 2016 09:05:32 Europe/London

    A nice case study.  Miranda wanted to bring more wildlife into her garden and chose Meadowmat for Birds and Bees to plant a wild flower area.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  7. Wednesday, 11 November 2015 12:15:30 Europe/London

    Find out how to attract wildlife to your garden by making a wildflower meadow

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  8. Monday, 2 November 2015 08:48:03 Europe/London

    If you like wildflowers and would like to grow more of them in your garden, this blogpost is for you.  Practical ideas on planning ahead, sowing seeds and laying wildflower turf during the winter months.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  9. Monday, 28 September 2015 09:31:03 Europe/London

    A small garden can be just as valuable to wildlife as an entire wildlife reserve....especially in urban areas.  Careful plant choices and a few clever design tricks can transform a small garden into a wildflower oasis.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  10. Wednesday, 9 September 2015 09:41:28 Europe/London

    The move towards more low-maintenance gardening is putting a strain on our native wildlife.  In this blogpost we examine how a wildflower area is both labour-saving and wildlife-friendly.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
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