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January 2022

New Year All our sessions at Grow Mayow Community Garden    have paused sessions till end of February 2022 Our garden will be opening again early March    Foxglove Forest school Monday with Molly 10- 11:30 Wednesdays with Anne Marie 10 - 11:30  Thursdays with Molly 10 -11:30  Fridays with Anne Marie 10 - 11:30 Tuesdays 10am - 11am Little Folk Nursery Rhyme time 

The garden



Our Story GROW MAYOW COMMUNITY GARDEN H E L L O Grow Mayow Community garden Once a old park keepers depot, is now an award winning not for profit community garden. Its run and maintained by volunteers. We run weekly activities for which we charge a small fee to help us pay for the garden's up-keep. See the what's on page here    It's the perfect place to both learn and relax, and is a great place for kids . A favorite place to visit for local families, gardeners and wildlife watchers from further afield. There are plenty of families who are not so fortunate to have a garden and those rely on the park and a community garden for their well being and a place where all can learn, play and grow together. We are a resource for community outdoor education and recreation for all to give visitors and volunteers the opportunity to improve well-being and knowledge and to encourage and promote ecological diversity. A community garden is an important par

In the garden

SUMMER IN OUR GARDEN  We get a lot of questions about low maintenance gardening with interest and plants for pollinators. Below you will find some come and come again annual seeds we sow in October. Most of these plants we have sown only once and they come back year after year with not having to do anything.  Now, how easy can that bee? Ami Majus Cerinthe Mayor Cosmos Crimson red clover Foxgloves Phacelia  Honesty Lunaria Poppies  Alliums ( Bulb ) Crocus                                 A P R I L 2018 S U M M E R For those that follow Grow Mayow on  Instagram ,  you will have already seen some of these photos.   Still, I have added some new ones too.  We had this little fellow on the Cardoon all summer long, loving it. Don't blame it, really! What a dream!!    The Cardoons also called artichoke thistle have now gone  from the br