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...

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


 

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 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...

It's really lovely to leave England in late winter as I did two weeks ago, and return to full blown spring. I will never tire of the english spring time, and Hampstead is a great place to enjoy it! 

 

It seems that we have been busy while I was away, hurrying to finish a...

A debate has been raging in the Hampstead Conservation Area about whether small garden birds are suffering from the increase in populations of predatory birds such as sparrow hawks, jays and magpies.

 

The Frog has some thoughts on this.

 

Smaller birds

 

The picture is a mi...

A new and very annoying fungal infection has been striking Busy Lizzies (Impatiens) all over Hampstead. It starts as a tiny bit of white fluff on the leaves and leaf stalks, and quickly causes wilting and loss of all or most leaves and flowers. It spreads out from one...

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