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Comment by Mike Martin on October 15, 2012 at 11:29

We at London Fields would like to fund a few small leaf lime trees. These have an abundance of flowers and are the favourite of bees. They are a native tree and they say they are the source of the finest honey. Read about the lime tree.

Other uses for limes.

Comment by James Diamond on March 26, 2012 at 14:17

I'll just go and have a look!

Comment by Mike Martin on March 26, 2012 at 14:03

The tree planting went incredibly well on the 22nd of March - with 12 people turning up to plant the wide variety of 11 fruit trees. There are the following: Apples; Queen Cox, James Grieve, Newton Wonder cooker. Nuts; Sweet Chestnut, Kent Cob Nut. Plum relatives; German Prune (Damson), Farleigh (Damson), Greengage (old gage). Cherries; Morello Cherry, May Duke Cherry, Cherokee Cherry.

This was down the tennis court end, behind the changing rooms.

The following day we had children from the local junior school, with 3 teachers supervising, plant mixed wildflower seeds along the edge of one of the fields. Opposite Fields estate.

Comment by James Diamond on March 26, 2012 at 13:20

How did the tree planting go last week?


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