Tag Archive for 'wildflowers'

The Beauty and Biodiversity of Guernsey’s Hedgerows

June 23rd, 2010 by Isabel Farrell

I have just come back from a week in west Cork, Ireland.  I am acutely aware of the contrast in hedgerows between my native country and here, my adored home for the past 10 years, with it’s shorn hedgerows. I had forgotten what hedgerows look like in June left to nature’s incredulous designs; a wild […]

BBC Guernsey offers free packet of wildflower seeds to benefit bees and other insects

June 8th, 2010 by Richard Lord

Free packets of wildflower seeds are available for collection from the reception at the BBC office on Bulwer Avenue in St Sampson.  The BBC in Guernsey is taking part in the Bee Part of It project. From 17 May 2010, with help from the National Trust, local BBC radio stations are adopting a local bee […]