A small team of volunteers met at the Sensory Garden earlier this week to give a final prep. to the borders at the base of the mural and under the seafront wall before sowing a new mix of wildflowers. The mix contains shorter varieties of flowers which it is hoped will grow up to, but not hide the beautiful mural. It also includes some colourful annuals which should give a longer flowering period this Summer. The garden is coming to life again with crocuses, daffodils and everlasting wallflowers beginning to flower, adding bright splashes of colour now. Graham brought buckets of seed that had been chitted for several days in sand, which the volunteers broadcast onto the borders.
The weather has been perfect since with plenty of light showers!
Tread and rake was the order of the day.