Upcoming Plant Swap Days
Our next Plant Swap will be hosted by our Bernards Heath Wilderhood Watch Groups, and will take place on Warwick Rd on Sunday, 26th April, 2020. Please let us know if you would like to attend.
Previous Plant Swap Days
- September 2019: Lancaster, Gurney Court, Warwick and Culver Roads
If you would like to attend or initiate a Plant Swap Day, please contact us. People will need to bring along cuttings, seedlings or seeds from some of the most pollinator friendly plants in their gardens. Please make sure any compost used is peat-free, and that the plants are free of insecticides or pesticides.
To identify the best plants to share, just look for the flowers which attract bees and butterflies, and then check to make sure they aren’t invasive. (Some non-native plants such as fuschias and jasmine are fine, but if it’s a native, even better!)
For other ideas on what to bring, take a look at our plant guides, kindly compiled by local garden designer and St Albans Friends of the Earth member Amanda Yorwerth.
Pollinator Friendly Plant Guides