The unofficial musings of the gardeners of Worcester College. This site does not necessarily represent the views of Worcester College and its members.
Wednesday, 2 January 2013
First New Project Of The Year
Not slow at getting going in the new gardening year, the team have immediately started a new project in an unkempt corner of the garden.
Towards the end of last year three large Leylandii trees were removed and the area they had occupied left abondoned until now. The first task of this new project was to remove an old, tired privet hedge and replace with a new yew hedge. Rather than dig it out using manual labour and brute force, the New Holland tractor with the grap attachment was used to rip it out. The project will continue over the coming weeks.
Oxford, The gardens are usually open afternoons 2-5pm (Winter 2-4pm)
We're a motley crew varying in age and experience, bravely lead by the head of gardens and grounds, Simon Bagnall. Nine of us in total:
Simon - Head Of Gardens And Grounds,
Joss - Grass Aficionado and Second in Command, Ady - Foreman, Ali - All round plantswoman and blog writer, Kieron - Hippy Handyman & Fruit Tree Guru, Graham - Good Ole Boy,
Callum - No Longer A Budding Apprentice, Qualified!, Andy - Groundsman, Peter - Apprentice