Plant hunters part 3
30 September 2019
Innovation, individuals and empires striking out.
28 September 2019
What is biophilia and how can it help us get closer to nature?
Watch our new Edible Playgrounds film!
25 September 2019
Take a look at our new Edible Playgrounds film and impact report.
How to start saving seeds at home
19 September 2019
We all know you can grow yummy fruit and vegetables in even the smallest of urban spaces, but did you know you can save seeds from these plants year after year?
The weird and wonderful world of the Plant Hunters - part 2
29 August 2019
Part 2 – the Squashbuckling gathers pace!
Late summer harvest recipes
24 August 2019
Cooking with seasonal food isn’t just a great way to use up the crops in your garden, it also has the environmental benefit of not needing air miles to reach your plate.
16 August 2019
Recent studies from around the world has shown that over 40% of insect species are at risk of extinction, and a third are endangered. It’s time we give them some real love.
The weird and wonderful world of the Plant Hunters - part 1
31 July 2019
From the humble, to the lofty, to the exotic, most of the trees, plants and flowers in our gardens and parks are imports from all over the world.
100 Edible Playgrounds over 10 years – what have we learned?
22 July 2019
Who would have thought a decade ago that this year we’d be celebrating the delivery of our 100th Edible Playground?
Outdoor Summer Fun
25 June 2019
There is no reason to stay cooped up indoors this summer holiday when there is so much to explore outside!
Summer Fundraising tips
23 June 2019
Put the fun in fundraising this summer and help our city trees!
How London’s Second Most Polluted Primary School is going from Grey to Green
19 June 2019
On 14th June, we celebrated the launch of St Paul’s CE Primary School’s “Grey Goes Green” Woodland - the first Planting Healthy Air in Schools project by Trees for Cities.