Frog Blog...

On Monday it is back to business.

This mating pair of frogs was rescued from a light-well in Hampstead.
We let them lay their eggs, then Noel and daughter Zoe placed the eggs and proud parents into one of the ponds we have recently built in a nature reserve in West Hamp...

Frognal Gardens are delighted to announce that on Friday 13th March at the annual Association of Professional Landscapers Awards, we won the coveted top award for commercial garden maintenance for our decade of development, and care, at University College School, Hamps...

We are delighted to announce that we are finalist of 
Garden Maintenance APL Awards 2020 for 2 gardens!


 

Collecting horned poppy seeds on a shingle beach on the Norfolk coast yesterday, I was suddenly surrounded by birds, as a flock of snow buntings tumbled twittering from the sky onto the pebbles around me, and hopped about among the dry poppy-heads looking, like me, for...

Frognal Gardens continue their commitment to the local community and local wildlife by donating all design and construction for a new and vandal-proof concrete wildlife pond at the Jenny Wood Nature Reserve.

Frognal Gardens install the 100-year guaranteed firestone pond...

We are delighted that our little "farm" is so successful!

We have now extended the beds and potting area and we are raising thousands of plants of more than 30 species, most of them of limited availability elsewhere, as 3-litre "ready" plants. Most are perennials and th...

We are very excited that our new wildflower garden at Belsize Square, NW3, is finally ready! We will be selling home-grown Hampstead wildflowers from July.

This is probably the first time that Hampstead-grown wildflowers have been on sale for more than a hundred years!

O...

This gorgeous Jersey Tiger Moth was seen at UCS School on the east terrace last week! Then it flashed its red fiery underwings and flew away!.

Maybe to Jersey?

Our new stunning display in the front garden of UCS Active Leasure Club in Frognal NW3 won joint first prize in Grow London's new "Seen from street" competition, which chooses the best gardens in London which are visible from the street, and thus contribute to the "gre...

Frognal Gardens staff releasing some of our hand-reared cinnabar moths into the wildflower bee meadow at UCS school in Frognal, NW3, hoping they will colonise the ragwort plants thriving there.

 

 

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