We’re delighted to be holding our annual rewilding event between 27-28 April. Dalgety Bay community woodland group will be here along with Eats Rosyth on the Saturday. Edible And Tasty Spaces (EATS) is a project which is now in its third year in across Fife. EATS are unfenced public spaces which are planted with fruit, vegetable and flowers. People are able to ‘help themselves’ to ripe produce or the food is harvested and given to community groups. It’s a fantastic community initiative and one which we whole-heartedly support. EATS will be here between 12pm and 3pm on Saturday.
On Sunday 28th, we will have Heather our resident bee keeper, horticulturist and lecturer at the SRUC. Heather has worked with bees for years and will be happy to take any questions. She’ll be here from 12pm on Sunday.
As usual we will have some special offers on items including a variety of herbacious perennials to help you attract wildlife back into your garden.