Lindengate in the Media

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Leafcutter bees (Megachilidae) are a solitary type of bee and there are a total of seven species in this family
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It's a busy time of year at Lindengate, with the team busy harvesting a fantastic variety of fruits & vegetables
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Twenty young people are set to benefit from a residential voyage with Tall Ships Youth Trust (TSYT) - a charity
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Bird’s-foot trefoil is a spreading, low-growing plant with lots of pretty yellow flowers from May to September. The name ‘bird’s-foot’
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One of the Five Ways to Wellbeing, is to Take Notice.  When thinking about what to plant in your garden,
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This beautiful caterpillar was spotted on the path in the nature area at Lindengate recently, by one of the participants whilst
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We have recently been helping to dig up some of the potatoes that were planted at Lindengate.  You may be
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You might notice around the site or at home some trees that have had some of their leaves completely nibbled
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Make our brilliant DIY birdhouse feeder and attract all sorts of birds to your garden! If you don't have a
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Often called common nettle, stinging nettle or nettle leaf, it is a familiar and common plant. This may not be
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We are excited to announce the launch of a major new project, funded by The Rothchild Foundation.  Take a look
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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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