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Mile End Community Garden

Mile End Community Garden

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  1. Accepted Waste
  2. By Prior Arrangement Only
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  1. Our address:
    Clinton Rd, E3 4QU, United Kingdom
  2. Accepted Waste

We need lots of woodchips to line pathways between raised beds. We also can accept a moderate number of logs and often looking for logs both as a way to create bug hotels and grow mushrooms. Please call ahead of time to arrange a dropoff. We can generally accept last minute deliveries, but there needs to be someone to open the gate.

We are a community garden that attempts to use permaculture practices to create a unique space for gardening, relaxing and food growing. The front of the garden features raised beds planted with vegetables, herbs and flowers while the back garden is a deliberately left wild to foster increased biodiversity in the area. A newly planted hedgerow of edible plants encircles the entire garden.

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