Natural Habitat Consulation

Create a wildflower meadow in your garden Grassland restoration Aftercare advice Wildlife gardening talks Encourage wildife into your garden

Meadowsweet Aim

The aim of Meadowsweet is to offer help and advice to anyone that wants to create a wildflower meadow and encourage wildlife whether it is in a garden or a field, large or small.

The objective is to enhance biodiversity and improve habitat. Encourage nature, wildlife and all types of pollinators
Meadowsweet Aim

My Profile

I love to share my knowledge and and help to create wildlife and wildflower friendly spaces

My Profile
My role in the world of organics and conservation started with buying veg for an organic box scheme back in 2000 and has grown from strength to strength from there.  I have continued learning and experiencing the pros and cons of cultivation, nourishing and nuturing soil, encouraging nature as well as growing and developing wildflowers and different habitats ever since.

The environment is a fascinating and vital part of our future. I would like to play a part in preserving it, helping people to understand, appreciate and enhance their environment.

My roles with Cornwall Wildlife Trust and Neal's Yard Remedies (NYR) have helped me to share my knowledge and passion with staff, visitors, volunteers, general public and Wildlife Watch members (the junior section of Cornwall Wildlife Trust). Events that have included work days in the garden, guiding volunteers with practical tasks and teaching children through play has provided me with experience of customer focus. Working closely with the Soil Association to maintain the organic status of NYR land and the Woodland Trust to enable the planting of the Jubilee wood are just two examples of working with partners to achieve environmental goals.

As a lover of all things outdoors I am prepared, and do, work in all weather conditions. I am good at working alone as is often the case with my wildlife gardening business; Natural Gardens. I also enjoy working as part of a team.

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Meadowsweet Consultation

I can help you with your project to create a wildlife friendly garden, a wildflower meadow and encourage all pollinators

The Idea

Whether it is sowing a wildflower meadow in your garden or restoring a field back to a hay meadow, the process is much the same.

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Your Project

I can recommend methods or help you throughout the process.

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Aftercare is VERY important. There is a necessity to maintain the meadow especially in the first few years.

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For those who want to enhance or introduce pollinator friendly ways to their methods of working or farming.

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Case Study

Greena Moor Coronation Meadow Case Study


Greena Moor Nature Reserve in North Cornwall, jointly owned by Cornwall Wildlife Trust & Plantlife was designated as a Coronation Meadow in 2014. Using seed from the adjoining Culm & Rush Pasture a new meadow was created within the reserve on a field that had been improved with fertilizers over the years. Annual floral surveys take place with mixed results, but gradually more species are taking hold.

Above: Brush harvesting seed from the rush pasture for the new Coronation Meadow

Cornwall case study.pdf

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  • Irie Cottage, Penstraze, Chacewater, Truro, Cornwall, TR4 8PF