The first community feast at the garden today, glorious sunshine, a fresh breeze, white and blue borage humming with bees and an abundance of salads, spring leaves and edible flowers. The feast brought the Maintaining Health Partners Copleston Together group en masse to the garden, to eat and then work....weeding, watering, harvesting, sweeping, many first … Continue reading Community feast!
A successful first seedy sunday event at the garden with the London Freedom Seed Bank. A huge variety of local and exotic seed was shared, and we look forward to developing good seed saving practices here in Peckham. Great cakes too... ..
A lovely warm spring day of gardening - lots to do, everything getting dry quickly after months of wet weather but looking forward to a great years gardening. Bright gardeners Lovely lowly worms Peas and pea sticks Radicchios Plum blossom Pak choi in abundance Spring buds 9 star perennial broccoli underplanted with nepalese raspberry Proud … Continue reading Spring snapshot
We celebrated a summer of successful harvests with a hot pot of freshly-harvested veggies on Thursday. Thanks to all the Grown in Peckham volunteers for all of your hard work, foody contributions, recipe ideas, and hearty appetites! Master Chef Feast time
Cakes - saffron, beetroot, lemon drizzle, chocolate, apple and more.....mmm Firing up the cob oven Making a wobbly bird box More birdboxes.... Honey bee on a mexican marigold Dough balls to be dipped in homemade tomato salsa and chutney A bit of chalky spray paint. Burgess Parks key indicator species - this ones a blackcap. … Continue reading Splendid celebrations of another great year at the garden
We've been out and about at Munch festival and also had a visit from Ganapati to the garden cooking up a delicious free south indian lunch with garden produce for volunteers and visitors. Delicious!
The market isn't a regular slot but we wanted to get out into the big wide world of Peckham and show people what we do. We got a great reception and have raised funds for the garden through the sale of plants, plant labels and flower bouquets. Saturday 5th July we'll be at Camberwell farmers … Continue reading The market stall
Barbecued plantain with Rwandan chilli oil, home made Galician chorizo, salads of wild leaves, smoked cod puree, Asda trifle and numerous other home made and shop bought victuals were washed down with lashings of iced lemonade pimms garnished with borage flowers and burnett. A delicious day of friendly locals, sunshine and a little light gardening. … Continue reading A veritable feast
Out and about on easter day despite the weather, and rolling our hen and duck eggs dyed with the following; Red cabbage = blue Turmeric = yellow Red onion skins = deep red