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Food Growing and Heritage Plants: project overview.

July 23, 2013



Above, fields of British wildflowers in the East Midlands.

Our heritage plants projects include ancient trees, traditional orchards, heirloom vegetable growing and seed saving as part of a sustainable plant-based diet, and wild plants and flowers.

Below: child feeling heritage French beans, pumpkin bed and traditional orchard medlar fruit.




We raise awareness of the importance of open pollinated plants and the need to create a healthy environment for pollinating insects.

Below insect pollinated heritage garden plants.



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  1. Thanks for finally writing about >Food Growing and Heritage Plants: project overview.
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