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Tree spinach has eye-catching bright magenta leaves with almost sparkly growing tips. Plants can grow up to 2m tall, hence
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Known as ‘the meadow maker’ or ‘nature’s lawnmower’, yellow rattle is the single most important plant you need to establish
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This is the buttercup you’re most likely to pick and hold under your chin to see if you like butter!  
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Cowslip is an attractive flowering plant found in meadows and on woodland floors. The leaves are dark green and wrinkled,
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While we wait to plant our Heritage Orchard in the Autumn, we are using the land to grow potatoes.  Potatoes
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It's No Mow May! Short Grass Areas At Lindengate we will cut the paths weekly in this area but leave
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Night-flowering catchfly is a medium height annual similar in appearance to white campion but covered with sticky hairs (hence the
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Click here for a full job description.  Please apply with CV and covering letter to info@lindengate.org.uk by 17th May 2021.
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Greater stitchwort is a perennial plant that grows to 1metre in height with larger flowers (2-3cm across) than its relative,
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Devil’s bit scabious is a clump-forming perennial, growing slowly and spreading into sizeable patches of broad, lance-shaped leaves. The flower
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Join our Virtual Challenge Take part in our first virtual fundraising event to help raise money for Lindengate. Set yourself
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Snowy mespilus or June Berry (Amelanchier) Amelanchier lamarckii  tree is known for its stunning Spring blooms and lovely Autumn colour.
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Red Dead Nettle - Lamium purpureum does not sting.  It displays dense clusters of pinky-red flowers in whorls around its
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Blackthorn (Sloe) - Prunus spinosa - early to blossom, blackthorn trees have clouds of snow-white flowers in early Spring.  They're best known
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