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We collected fennel seeds and prepared the soil for winter planting on a great sunny day!
Everything is growing so wonderfully at the Edible Roundabout. Herbs, salad, cabbage and a lot of flowers for bees and butterflies.
It was nice to see so many people for the clearing/weeding at the Edible Roundabout. It was a sunny (but cold), efficient and very friendly morning!
We will be looking at the plantings done in October, add stakes for peas and taking falling leaves.
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We planted a mix of wildflowers for bees and birds on the Edible Roundabout. They are now almost dried but we keep them – birds like them and they will reseed for next year.
The red clover is ready to be cut down on the Edible Roundabout!
Please come to see us for the Community Gardening Weekend
<http://communitygardening.org.uk/> in Cambridge (thanks to Rebecca and
Ann for organising!). On Sunday from 2 to 3pm, we are showcasing Growing
Spaces at the Edible Roundabout and we will cut the red clover and harvest potatoes.
Space on Leys Road Roundabout: