In addition to the double-sided 17m street art mural we created along the footbridge crossing the railway line, our team of gardeners planted up scrub land along the edge of the platform with bee-friendly plants.
When a school student contacted us about installing a planter at the local rail station, how could we refuse? There is now a team of keen station staff members who will looking after the plants. And more planters are to follow!
Working in collaboration with the Elmstead Woods Station Garden Club and Community Rail Network plus station manager Steve, we installed this planter on Platform 4. Filled with Russian Sage, Cape Daisies, Campanula, Rosemary, Safe and Asters, it is sure to create quite the buzz!
Thanks to a generous manure donation from Frith Manor Equestrian Centre, we were able to prep these large planting areas for the station’s community group to transform with bee-friendly flowers. Elsewhere on the station, we installed frames with pollinator-friendly climbers. We will be working with the local gardening group to continue to develop the original […]
Our Essex team of gardeners have been busy clearing out this overgrown bed enabling pre-existing pollinator-friendly plants to thrive and flourish.
We installed two planters at this single-track railway station in Frome – one of the oldest railway stations still in operation in Britain. We also commissioned local artist Natasha Clutterbuck, who uses natural materials such as muds and vegetable dyes as her paint palette, to create a bee-friendly mural in the waiting room. See our […]
Upper Holloway in North London is on the London Overground line. The recently refurbished station had new beds created by the building work. We are hard at work transforming these. One is already sown with wild flowers. Another has fruit bushes planted in it. A third is being planted up as a rosemary meadow. And […]
Adding to our popular TFL-led cluster of bee-friendly projects at London underground stations, our team breathed new life into a neglected station-long planter.
The first of a series of projects with London North Eastern Railway (LNER). This impressive cross-shaped planter was installed under the cover of darkness to ensure maximum surprise for commuters come Monday morning. And, it definitely did. Sitting on the site of a former coffee shop, the planter measures a whopping 7m in diameter. We […]
We worked with the Blackmore Vale Line Community Rail Partnership to build this bee-friendly planter on the Tisbury Railway Station platform. Filled with scabius, marigolds, lavender and salvia, the bees couldn’t wait to move in.