One of our Gardeners, Adam, took part in the Butterfly Conservation’s Big Butterfly Count on Friday 4th August in the Lower Hoopern Valley at Streatham […]
We are very proud that one of our Gardeners, Colin Brown, has shared his expert knowledge of bug hotels with the BBC which has been […]
We love to create wood habitats on campus as they are essential for wildlife and provide food and shelter for countless tiny invertebrates. The habitat […]
Ash Dieback (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) is a fungal disease first recorded by the Forestry Commision in 2006 becoming prominent in the South East of England in […]
Unfortunately a diseased Ash tree behind the IAIS Building on Streatham Campus has had to be removed, but our Arb Team were keen to use […]
The wildflower areas at St Luke’s Campus are looking fantastic.
The wildflowers at the Reed Hall beds are in flower and looking glorious. Last year we trialled having wildflowers instead of the customary formal planting […]