For people who are interested in our Green Spaces.

Plymouth Tree Partnership works to:

  • Promote the use of trees as a key feature of every street, park and public open space.
  • Support groups and individuals so that they will plant and care for more trees.
  • Help select the right tree in the right place.
  • Work in partnership with others to deliver projects that leave a legacy of a greener, healthier and more beautiful city.
  • Contribute to initiatives that celebrate the city’s heritage and culture.
  • Ensure there are Tree Wardens ready to take our work onto the next generation.



Rethinking Parks

We’re looking for bold and innovative ways to use, manage and make the most of the UK’s public parks.


See more information in this link below.


See some inspirational ideas for our Green Spaces, Whitleigh Woods or even your own garden here on Pinterest.  http://www.pinterest.com/wagersandy/ideas-inspiration-for-whitleigh-woods/


Guerrilla Art – Moss Graffiti – How to make Living Moss Art

This old recipe used by gardeners to encourage moss can be painted on walls to create living graffiti. It is temperamental – conditions have to be damp and shady, so a twice-weekly misting with water will help it grow.  Some people add half a teaspoon of sugar and a cup of beer to the recipe – why not try both as an experiment?”
This recipe makes enough to create several small pieces or one large piece of graffiti.

You will need –
340ml buttermilk
Several clumps of garden moss.
Plastic container with lid.

Step 1 –
Gather several clumps  of moss and crumble them into a blender. Moss can be found in moist shady places.
Step 2 –
Add buttermilk and blend just long enough to create a smooth creamy consistency.  Now pour the mixture into a plastic container.
Step 3 –
Find a suitable damp and shady wall on to which you can apply your moss milkshake. Paint your chosen design on to the wall, freehand or with a stencil.
Step 4 –
If possible, return to the area over the following weeks to ensure that the mixture is kept moist.  Soon the blended moss should begin to grow into a rooted plant, maintaining your design until it eventually colonises the whole area.

Get more great ideas from The GuerrillaGardening.org Community

Moss Education can be found here at http://www.mossandstonegardens.com/blog/how-to-grow-moss/



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