Last week we had been busy removing the now wilting summer plants in readiness for winter planting!
So early Saturday morning the whole team were out putting together the planters in Wallasey Village, Grove Road and Wallasey Village Library. This year we have winter pansies, trailing violas and a few ornamental cabbages (a first for us, they look fabulous and we’re looking forward to seeing how they take). We also took down the cuffs on lampposts to prepare them for planting later in the week.
Huge thanks to Nick at Stollies for the coffees and Rostherne Nursery Ltd for the beautiful plants.
Saturday morning and afternoon in photos!
WALLASEY VILLAGE : GROVE ROAD
WALLASEY VILLAGE LIBRARY – we’ve planted ornamental cabbages this year!
The rain has really helped us this week so this morning it was just a bit of topping up and deadheading. The library is looking stunning with the begonias ‘blooming beautiful’ and the lavender, after a little turn, have started flowering again.
We’re coming towards the end of the summer planting season and even though they’re still looking lovely, we will be making plans over the next few weeks to start emptying the planters and preparing for the winter show!!
Have a fabulous bank holiday weekend – from all the WVIB Team.
A selection of photos of how our village is looking this weekend:
It’s been a busy few weeks getting ready for the Judges from the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) ‘Britain in Bloom’ (North West) competition, but what a fantastic day we had yesterday. A huge thanks for all the messages of support we received and for those who were extra vigilant and picked up and litter or weeds the day before the competition! We were as ready as we could be.
We wont find out how we’ve done until early November, but we will keep you posted!