The Garden

Bulwell Forest Garden is a thriving space featuring a sensory garden, raised vegetable beds, fruit orchards, wild flower meadows, a polytunnel, willow structures, native hedgerows and compost loo. We use organic methods of food growing and pest control, including composting, companion planting and crop rotation.

There’s always lots of fun jobs for people of all ages and abilities. Our volunteers are highly valued and essential to the garden’s continuation and development. We love gardening and getting a bit mucky, but we love meeting new people, getting the kettle on and having a good natter!

24 Oct | 1pm
Spooky Monday
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News from the Garden

Community Cob Oven

October 21st, 2016|0 Comments

Back in 2014, our wonderful community volunteered their time to make our own unique Clay Oven. 30 local volunteers worked over 5 sessions, using natural materials and traditional methods. Today, the oven is used regularly to

GROWING RASPBERRIES

October 12th, 2016|0 Comments

How To Grow Raspberries When to Plant Raspberries Raspberries are planted any time between November and March, provided the soil is not frozen or waterlogged. They are normally sold as dormant canes. What Raspberry Variety?

GOOD COMPOSTING!

October 12th, 2016|0 Comments

Composting provides a way not only of reducing the amount of waste that needs to be disposed of, but also of converting it into a product that is useful for gardening, landscaping, or house plants.

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