St Michael Flags and Angel Meadow Park lies close to Manchester City Centre.
The Avenues and Alleyways Residents Association have greened up six streets close to Whitworth Park with hanging baskets and planters, and created
Burrs Country Park lies on the River Irwell one mile north west of Bury town centre. The park, which holds a Gree
Chapelfield Grow Your Own Group is made up of volunteers from Chapelfield Village, in Radcliffe.
Incredible Edible Ramsbottom created this wildflower patch near 8 Central Street, Ramsbottom, Bury BL0 9AF. The p
Incredible Edible Ramsbottom created this wildflower bed on the platform of East Lancashire Railway, Ramsbottom,
A prospective urban orchard for summer 2014.
The roof of the Unicorn Grocery in Manchester was treated to a biodiverse green roof which features the first roof pond.
Holly Mount Orchard is an community apple and pear orchard originating back to the nuns who lived at the convent (now converted) here in Greenmount
Passionate about local food and reconnecting people with seasonal produce, Incredible Edible Levenshulme aims to turn unloved places into productiv
Two white beehives stand proud on the roof of Manchester Art Gallery while on the other side of the roof are the
Manchester Cathedral has four hives to be located on the huge flat roof of the building, tended
The Victorians adopted bees and beehives as the symbol of Manchester, and the insects are a common decorative mot
The Manchester Metropolitan University, All Saints Building has two new green roofs.
Moss Gardens is a meanwhile garden on the iconic former Stagecoach bus depot site in Moss Side, which has an urban orchard in plan
Moss Side Community Allotment includes several allotment plots on the Caythorpe Street/Bowes Street allotment site near the former
The Friends of Nuttall Park have established a wildflower patch for bees and butterflies at Nuttall Park in Ramsbottom, Bury BL0 9LU, where Incredi
Platt Fields Park is one of Manchester's principal parks further down the Oxford Road corridor. It is situated at the junction of
The Reception Class has been studying how to help the bees and a 'River of Flowers' would be a natural part of this.
Manchester Garden City initiative has planted a mini-orchard in St.
The Printworks’ Rooftop Garden was designed with the aim of reducing The Printwork's carbon foot
Green roofs are a part of the Oxford Road Corridor programme of softening and greening the landscape.
Whitworth Park, an 18 acre public park off Oxford Road on the Rusholme/ Moss Side border, was op