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Red clover is one of the most popular clovers in the UK. Best grown as part of a grass or clover sward, it’s known for its high yields and protein-rich forage.
However, to get the most out of your red clover, it’s essential to understand which soil type is best for the plant. From soil textures to pH levels, we’re covering everything you need to know to make the most of your red clover.
Bees play a very important role in our ecosystem. Studies have found that it would cost farmers £1.8 billion a year to manually pollinate their crops, while our natural pollinators are helping our plants and flowers to flourish free of charge! Thank you, Bees!
Around 70 crops depend on bee pollination to survive, and with over 250 species of bees native to the UK, it is essential to limit the dangers that are putting our bees at risk.
In recent years, habitat loss has resulted in a reduction in wildlife species and therefore biodiversity; it is important to replace the habitats to encourage wildlife.
Wildflowers and meadows are essential to supporting a rich variety of wildlife and environments. In recent years, drastic changes to the ecosystem have caused losses in biodiversity. However, by planting your own wildflower meadow, you can help to create and save habitats.
If you are considering developing your own wildflower garden, we have created our top five tips for growing a successful meadow of your own!