Have a Question?
What’s that plant in my meadow? When should I cut if I want to help butterflies? How can I manage my bracken problem? Has anyone got any yellow rattle seed?
If you have a question, you can ask another 250+ fellow meadow makers on the meadows email exchange for their help and advice. The Groups.io email group was set up simply as a way to communicate with other people of the same interest. Members can post questions and receive answers from other members of the group. Some are people who already have an established wildflower meadow, whilst others have a field they wish to convert. Yet others are people with a patch of lawn in the garden they manage as a mini-meadow.
Joining the email exchange is free and you can unsubscribe at any time.
You will be sent a link to join by the moderator; there is a 48 hour window for joining. You will be sent a confirmation email with information on how best to use the site.
You can also ask questions on the Moor Meadows Facebook group.
More Meadow Creation and Management help and information
Answers to frequently asked questions from people starting out
You’ve a rye grass pasture and you’d like more wildflowers? Or you’re interested in creating species rich grassland on ex arable land?
Meadow expert Sue Everett tells you how to restore a pasture back to a species-rich meadow
A simple guide to turning your lawn into a wildlife-friendly garden meadow
A guide to some of the different kinds of meadow you can find on Dartmoor