Living God's Love in St Albans
wildlife friendly area
Herb and Sensory Gardens
Tomatoes and lettuces
Peppercorn Place will be open daily during the summer season. Please feel free to come and enjoy the space. There is a bench or a picnic table for seating.
We gave four raised beds of two heights made with railway sleepers. This year the two higher raised beds have been planted up as a herb garden and a sensory garden while we are growing beans, sweet peas, lettuces, tomatoes and other vegetables in the lower beds.
Fruit trees - plum, pear and cherry - are planted along one fence; not apple trees as we already have some of these in the Quiet Garden.
On Friday 9 August Peppercorn Place is taking part in the Sustainable St Albans "Open Food Gardens"
Come along for this special opening 2.00 - 4.30 pm Refreshments will be available.
Butterfly and bee friendly area
four seater bench
picnic table set
The idea is to strike a balance between man and nature so we are trying to be wildlife friendly. The two areas at the back are being left "natural" though we have added plants that will encourage bees and butterflies. There are homes for insects and hedgehogs plus various feeders and a bath for the birds.
If you want any further information or you have any ideas or comments please contact St Mary's (see bottom of page).
For more photos of Peppercorn Place (in 2018) - click here