Friday

OUR STORY

Our Story
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 favourite 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,
A community garden is an important part of urban living, its not just about growing plants but for a community to come together and enjoy a green oasis and wildlife in the city. There is a demonstration wildlife garden with a range of inspiring mini habitats, lots of wild flowers , polly-tunnels , nature signs , ponds ,and some very well-used raised beds bee hives and plenty of seating. Next to us is the great Brown & Green cafe for great fair trade treats and drinks. We hope you will have the chance to visit us in person, to wander around, to sit, relax and enjoy the garden. you can contact us if you like more information @ Growmayow@gmail.com

Monday

THE GARDEN


 
Grow Mayow community garden consists of 2 sites
The front garden access is through the park,
This part of the community garden is open 7 days a week  during park opening hours.
The back garden is open Mondays to Friday and at weekend events.
Look on the what's on page here.






GET INSPIRED TO GARDEN

SHORT FILMS TO GET INSPIRED THIS SUMMER
















Friday

THE GARDEN


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 bright admired purple heads, into faded light brown, still gorgeous and full of seeds, great as winter food for birds.


Quick peek inside 



Bees just love the Echinops 



 Talking about bees, 
They had a fantastic summer, working hard bringing great harvest of pollen and nectar to our hives.





SEE YOU ALL SOON