Didsbury In Bloom


Celebrating our involvement with Didsbury in Bloom


Samara and Elise represent Broad Oak Primary School, to celebrate Didsbury in Bloom winning the gold medal in the Britain in Bloom Champion of Champions category 2018.


Broad Oak Primary have supported Didsbury in Bloom since 2007. Last year they worked with Carol McKrell to create the 'Wellbee-ing' garden for the RHS Tatton Flower Show in July 2018 receiving a Silver Gilt Award.

Wrote poetry and planted poppies for the Didsbury Poppy Path (commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War), planted all the barrel planters in Fletcher Moss Park and planted and maintained the schools adopted planters outside the library in Didsbury Village.

We continue our Community Connection involvement with Didsbury in Bloom into 2019 as Year 2 pupils look forward to planting a scented boarder in Didsbury Park.

We are proud to be a part of Didsbury in Bloom caring for nature and our environment helping to make Didsbury a better place to be.




RHS Flower Show Tatton Park


The flower bed has been designed by our own Mrs McKrell for Didsbury in Bloom. The theme is pollination and  it is focused to show how if we look after the bees they will look after us pollinating not only flowers but fruits and vegetables which are essential for our survival.

No matter how small your space, there's room for innovation and wildlife-friendly garden features.

Spotted in the Wellbee-ing garden, these green roofs sit on top of brightly painted beehives and bee hotels, adding an extra dimension to the planting. Green roofs such as this can provide a useful habitat for insects – especially when flowering plants such as these dwarf stonecrops (varieties of Sedum and Hylotelephium) are used.

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