We got dirty and grew wild at Glastonbury!
Armed with seed packets, bio glitter and lots of wild flower chat we headed to Glastonbury to bring flowers to the people.
Our illuminated living arch showcasing wild flowers got lots of attention!
Whilst our Grow Wild shed and postcard patch located in the Greenpeace field got festival goers sending a postcard to their future self with a gift of wild flower seeds.
(We’ll be popping them in the post this September in time for autumn sowing!)
We also asked our friends The Nature of It to create a tranquil Grow Wild space in the inter stage area, which included UK native wild flowers and plants. Our Glastonbury legacy will live on when this Garden transfers to our community project Avalon in Sheppton Mallet! Look out for updates on our blog HERE.
Check out more photos from Glastonbury HERE.
Thanks to Greenpeace for hosting us and Shedstore for donating a picnic table for our postcard patch, it was invaluable in such muddy conditions! Read an interview from Sarah our campaign marketing executive with Garden Life HERE.