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Designers and creators of an innovative range of beautiful products, made for wildlife and for you. 🐝Certified 🐝Winners of .
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Green&Blue 9h
Replying to @stevie_t_editor
Morning Steve - have just emailed you :-)
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BBCT Mar 18
It's OK to and let the odd dandelion pop up here and there. Lots of “weed” species are really important food for bumblebees, particularly in spring! For more gardening tips:
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Green&Blue Mar 18
All the buzz No 10. - Talking food for bees, homes for nature and climate change.
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Green&Blue Mar 13
Love this introduction to the installation of Swift Boxes on the Duchy development. Simple measures - big differences
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Green&Blue Mar 12
Please sign and share. The Save our Swifts petition, which calls for legislation for the installation of nesting sites for Swifts in every new build, is currently at 125,964 signatures of 200,000 - we can do this.
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Green&Blue Mar 12
Delighted to have the Green&Blue range available in the gift shop at - hoping to visit very soon!
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Green&Blue Mar 12
Loving these shots we've received today of a Green&Blue SwiftBlock being installed on site in Cornwall.
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Hull & East Yorks Swift Conservation Mar 11
56 days to get a Swift box up this year if you haven't got one. You can get in touch with a local Swift group for advice on how to do this or iff you're in the Hull & East Yorkshire area you can contact .
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Little Green Space 🐝 Mar 8
Yet more evidence that spending time in green spaces is good for people. This research finds that spending even 20 minutes in a park can make you happier 🌳
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Wildwood Ecology Mar 7
Great to meet and talk with at . Great products. Beautiful design and sustainable supply chain and responsible company. Will be recommending their products to our clients.
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Hull & East Yorks Swift Conservation Mar 6
Nature has been shown to contribute to peoples health and wellbeing, so taking every opportunity to incorporate biodiversity into all types of buildings and surroundings would be beneficial for the occupants and nature.
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MercyMaeLyn Mar 6
Every building should have a bee brick.
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Futurebuild Mar 6
Why not spend taking a visit to the stand to check out their new swift blocks. Designed and made in the UK from 75% waste materials, the blocks aim to put swifts back into our habitat. Find them on stand E146 in the Urban Infrastructure Hub
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Green&Blue Mar 6
It’s and if you’re attending we’d love to show you our range, designed to give nature a home with construction. Find us on stand E146 within the hub
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Green&Blue Mar 5
Awesome to meet today and talk creative landscapes and bringing nature in. Here’s Faye from the team with Adam.
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Green&Blue Mar 5
Replying to @anotherJon
Thanks so much Jon. Much appreciated.
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Jon Owen Mar 5
Small objects of desire: the bee brick from
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Michael Hoit Mar 5
And this should finish off that corner of the garden nicely! (Also thanks to and for the allotment soil and plants)
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Green&Blue Mar 5
ah thanks so much for bringing us in - great to hear how many are already doing so much for our pollinators.
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