Come along and help us begin to plant up and plan the garden in Castle Park!!
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Come along to our work party at the bed in Castle Park and help us to remove the summer crops and replant with garlic, onions and broad beans for the winter season ahead!!
We would love to see you there!
Come along to our session in Castle Park where we will be adding more plants to the garden and sowing some seeds for autumn cropping.
All are welcome so why not pop along and find out what is going on!!
We are saddened to say the bed in Castle Park is looking a little sorry for itself and so on Tuesday we will be addressing that but removing lots of the older planting and popping in some new plants and sowing some seeds. This will be the beginning of the autumn and overwintering crops that we are going to plant this year, in order to try o keep the bed productive for as long as we can.
If you’d like to pop along and help out, we’ll be there from 11 to 1. Everyone is welcome with no skills needed, other than enthusiasm and a smile!!
At this session in Castle Park, we will be removing the remaining green manure and digging the roots in to nourish the soil under the fruit trees and adding some further crops to the bed.
We’d love to see you there. All are welcome but under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Why not come along and join us at Castle Park where we will be beginning to plant up our bed with deliciousness for the season ahead?
Kale, beans, chard, salads and leaves will all feature in this years display and will, of course, be there in the centre of the city for people to harvest from once the crops are ready!!
Come along and help as we clear the bed of it’s final summer crops and add some winter planting.
We will also be looking at how we can design the bed for better cropping next season, and look at creating a space for perennial herbs for all to use.
The council’s own raised beds in Castle Park received a little TLC at the weekend when a group of #EdibleBristol volunteers swept in to weed and prepare the soil for planting in a couple of weeks. Amongst the team of happy gardeners were the good folk of Good Gym Bristol who ran their way from […]