Message From Flaxton Environment Group – No-Mow May

No Mow May

Thinking of getting the mower out?  Have you considered letting some of your grass grow to benefit wildlife?  Varying mowing regimes and letting some grassy areas grow can be very beneficial to bees, butterflies, other insects, frogs, toads, newts and other animals as well as benefiting the wild flowers that grow there.  They can also be attractive as the wild flowers provide patches of colour within the green.

Find out more about No-Mow May.