Planting Wildflower Seeds


Together with the Bumble Bee Conservation Trust we’re planting 1 hectare of Bee-friendly seeds across London for our fuzzy friends to thrive.

 

How We’ve Collectively Helped


Did you know that over the last 80 years, the bee population has plummeted due to the UK losing 97% of flower-rich meadows?
Our community and friends at the Bumblebee Conservation Trust set out to change that with the aim of planting 1 hectare of wildflower seeds across London. This was our way of supporting the bee-autiful creatures that inspired our designs, allowing them to thrive, pollinate and protect biodiversity.


 

To date, we have planted seeds in...


- Gladstone Park, Brent 
- Beckenham Place Park, Lewisham 
- Dulwich Park, Southwark 
- Hawthorne Crescent, Greenwich 
- Clapham Common, Lambeth 
- One Tree Hill, Southwark
- Wormwood Scrubs


With more to come...


- Queens Park, Brent meadow
- Hampstead Heath, Barnet
- Eastbrook end CP, Barking 
- Forest for change, Islington 
- King Square Gardens, Islington


“I’ve always had a strong passion for wildlife and our duty to protect the environment. My artwork and designs have always been inspired by nature, so it’s a privilage to be able to use my art to invest in the future of their species and natural habitats. We can all find big and small ways to promote biodiversity in our lives - it’s as simple as planting wildflower seeds.”




Working tirelessly to increase the number & distribution of these precious creatures, the Bumblebee Conservation Trust is an inspiring charity dedicated to saving the UK’s bumblebee population. Please visit their website bumblebeeconservation.org to find out more.