Tuesday, May 19, 2009
* Event 66
*Dan Pearson*: /Garden Inspiration
and the winners were Tom Short, Nick Holmes and Michelle Chapman
* Event 155
*Stephen Anderton and Charles Hawes* /Discovering Welsh Gardens
and the winners were Revd Chris Colton and Rita Chamberlain
* Event 340
*Tim Birkhead*: /The Wisdom of Birds
and the winners were Caroline Langdon and Norma
* Event HF38
*Leo Hickman*: /Will Jellyfish Rule the World?
and the winner was Sue Robertson
* Event HF27
- *Olly & Suzi*: /Wild Art Wonders
and the winner was Sarah Cooper
Well done all, and thanks to everyone for entering.
Monday, May 18, 2009
Podcast 182 After last week's noise and bustle, it's a much quieter show this time around. Heather and Richard tour the Wiggly Garden visiting the pond, the wildflower meadow, the secret orchard, the tulip cutting patch and the vegetable garden, with side trips to the beehive, the shed and the greenhouse. It all goes so well that there's no time to hear the pieces the Team have brought along about chickens and local food. Still, Monty manages to slip in a quick Montycast. Listen carefully at the end and you might just hear the honeybees in the background: a taste of things to come next week...
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Friday, May 15, 2009
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
For immediate release
Wiggle your way to Hay
This year there is a Wiggly Garden right in the middle of Hay Festival… Can you come? We’d love to tell you all about our garden. There truly has never been one like this before!! We promise!
Some Wiggly Garden Facts:
- We have 100 Wellies from Joules Clothing (thanks Joules!) all planted up for Bees, Fruit and Veggies and lots more…
- There’ll be chooks too!
- Come and learn how to undo a Gunny Sack
- Delve inside a wormery – we’ll have 2000 worms working in our garden
- Terry Walton from Radio 2 will be in our garden on 27th May explaining how to Grow Your Own Credit Crunch Lunch!
- Richard from Wiggly Wigglers will be talking about the birds and the bees! (hehehe and composting!)
- Rachel from Wiggly Wigglers will show you how to sprout! (Beans)
- Last year Hay was so so wet, we have made a Rain Garden to deal with run off (it’s a bog with special native plants)
- Rosie from Wiggly Wigglers will show you how to put together a hand-tied English Bouquet
And if you tell us when you are coming we will furnish you with a wiggly button hole.
We’d love to see you there!
Heather and the Wiggly Team
PS …and we have cider and crisps and local wine and apple juice to taste – YUM!
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Winners of the Dell Global Small Business Excellence Award 2008
Friday, May 08, 2009
Dear All If you are planning to go to Malvern Spring Gardening Show, please come to our stand where you will find Ricardo heading up Wigglyness.