A group of local enthusiasts approached for help with this project, clearing out long neglected beds and now starting work on a small orchard.
Underground in Bloom winners thanks to our collaboration with Transport for London staff at the station and our gardening team. The station beds have been transformed and a bespoke bug hotel added.
Our Worker Bees team did some stellar work clearing the 35m long bed and bank at Newbury Park. Once a well-tended garden, but left forgotten, we cleared out the weeds and created a heritage variety fruit orchard along the length of the station. The bank behind was already an important and much-used wildlife habitat so […]
We were privileged to be asked to create a planter in memory of Bill Little, the popular flower seller who brightened up people’s lives with his stall at Highbury Corner for three decades. Our floral installation seemed a fitting tribute to someone so in love with blooms. His son Andy, his youngest sister Pauline and […]
We have brought the original station garden back to life. It was first planted in 1896 and now looks as good as ever, thanks to our gardening team and a stalwart group of local volunteers. If you stop by keep an eye out for the stag beetle colony amongst the tree roots, and for Pablo’s […]
London Overground and London Underground meet here and this has been a joint project with both.
We have worked closely with South Western Railways, Network Rail and Transport for London to install planters on this busy interchange.
Visitors to the London Wetlands Centre get off their trains at Barnes and our planters now provide a welcome start to their visit.
Ticking off our Putney planter projects came last, but not least, Putney Bridge. The platform lent itself perfectly to one of our 3m x 1m planters, while, at the opposite end of the station, we couldn’t resist planting up a long-neglected bed, too. We hope the football fans who regularly use the station like the […]
We have @AnthonyLongden1 to thank for this fantastic picture of our East Putney planter, proving that our projects not only appeal to honey bees and pollinators but also the commuters using the stations, too. Who doesn’t love a win win?