After several years of rearing oak trees from local acorns the four beds in the grounds of Wenhaston Primary School needed some attention. The rotting wooden surrounds were replaced with new wood, the beds were weeded and then topped up with peat-free compost and horse manure. Hopefully the small trees will flourish and be more able to withstand any dry weather. The paths between the beds now have a deep layer of bark and the nursery is ready for another year of planting and growing.
February 16th 2019 Marie