My plants were mostly hidden behind the wall, apart from the ones on the window-sill. This meant that they couldn’t be seen and may not have been getting enough light. When I got some new garden furniture, I found a way to re-use the old furniture (which I had thought was only fit for the… Continue reading »
Rochester Avenue’s branch of Full Frontal is going really well. There are about 18 houses involved, and we have noticed other houses also planting out, which is great news. The gallery shows off some of this summer’s frontages.
Rochester Avenue’s branch of Full Frontal seems to be going well. We have about 18 houses signed up, and have noticed other houses also planting out, which is great news. Most of the FFRA houses have put a Full Frontal Growing Community sign in our window. I promise to when I find the sellotape! Anyone… Continue reading »
FULL FRONTAL ROCHESTER AVENUE A team of Rochester Avenue residents have now joined together and formed a Full Frontal Rochester Avenue group of planters. We are holding a social gathering and plant swap on Tuesday 15 May from 8 p.m. in the What the Dick Inns pub on Ross Street. All Rochester Avenue residents are… Continue reading »