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...

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...

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?

The countryside is not usually at its best in midwinter, but the north coast of Norfolk is a wonderful exception!

Birds from all over the northern hemisphere flock to this beautiful and rich feeding ground, and on a clear sunny day like last Saturday show off magnificen...

Frognal Gardens project to rebuild and restore the wildlife pond at Mill Lane NW6 was a great success, and completed ahead of schedule.

See Enviroment News feature about it and us in The Ham & High newspaper from April 4th..

It is the goal of a garden maintenance team to leave a garden looking “neat and tidy”. Of course it is! But what about the garden wildlife, the insects and their larvae, the field mile and frogs, the birds and bees. Where will they find a cosy refuge in this clean-swep...

Camden in Bloom 2012 was cancelled, then suddenly on again, so we had to quickly decide which of our gardens fitted an available category.

We chose the gardens around UCS Active Sports Club in Frognal, Hampstead, and entered it with only a week to go, and in the dullest...

Our lovely client Claudia decided to enter the Camden in Bloom 2009 competition with the wildlife garden that we designed and built at her Hampstead home in the category “wildlife garden” .

The mayor created a special award category “wildlife garden design”, because the...

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