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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. Thursday, 19 September 2013 09:51:34 Europe/London

    Seasonal photographs of wild flowers on our farms in Norfolk and Northamptonshire

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    • Posted By: Fred Hilsdon
  2. Wednesday, 19 June 2013 12:37:33 Europe/London

    This beautiful butterfly, and many others like him, were spotted on a country walk in Norfolk.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  3. Friday, 31 May 2013 08:23:10 Europe/London

    A refreshing drink ideal for keeping you cool while you barbecue those steaks.  The two main ingredients come courtesy of the bees.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  4. Wednesday, 29 May 2013 08:29:27 Europe/London

    Without flowers there would be no bees.  Without bees there would be no honey.  Celebrate National Barbecue Week with this delicious recipe for barbecued mackerel in a honey marinade.  Lovely.

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    • Posted By: Cheryl Stratton
  5. Thursday, 23 May 2013 09:50:21 Europe/London

    A garden centre in Dorset has created a butterfly friendly display full of nectar rich plants.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  6. Thursday, 9 May 2013 09:33:59 Europe/London

    Bee numbers are in decline but what do these vitally important insects need from humans to help them survive?

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  7. Tuesday, 7 May 2013 08:37:19 Europe/London

    We all value butterflies in the garden, they pollinate the flowers and they're absolutely beautiful.  But to be able to enjoy butterflies, we need to cater for caterpillars too.   Find out which plants provide the best food for butterfly lavae.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  8. Monday, 18 March 2013 08:45:46 Europe/London

    mixed wild flowersSince the early 18th century, plants have been named according to a system devised by Carl Linne.  Each plant is given a latin that describes its properties.  But of course plants are older than Linne, so how did our ancestors name the wild herbs and flowers around them?

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  9. Thursday, 10 January 2013 14:30:43 Europe/London

    Q Lawns have donated some Meadowmat wild flower matting to Ryton Gardens near Coventry.  This summer, the popular Midlands visitor attraction will have the approach to their gates adorned with wildlife-friendly native flowers.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
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