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Did you know that it’s ‘No Mow May’? Have a look at the link for more info

How to mow your lawn for wildlife To maximise the number of flowers and nectar on lawns Plantlife recommends a ‘Mowhican’ style cut in gardens, with some areas of lawn cut once a month and others left long and uncut. This gives ‘short-grass’ plants like daisies and white clover the chance to flower in profusion, boosting nectar production tenfold. Areas of longer, unmown grass complement the short sward as they welcome a wider range of flowers, including nectar-rich plants like oxeye daisy, field scabious and knapweed.


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