|One talented artist painting a tree onto one of the murals|
|The butterflies, in all their colourful glory, get a pale green background|
The rest of the group got on with finishing planting the raspberries and preparing the area that is going to be a wildflower meadow.
We had a little break to create a living willow sculpture - an obelisk that can be used to grow things up or hang things from.
|Helen, Jonathan and Alison standing with the willow obelisk|
At the end, we realised that some of the plants that were waiting to go into the wild area around the stumpery were in danger of dying because of the drought, so we quickly planted them and gave them a good soaking. A few of them are mystery plants so we're looking forward to seeing what they turn into.
|One of these plants ia a dicentra or bleeding heart plant which now resides in the garden of Helen's boyfriend|
Thanks to Helen, Alison, Jonathan, Matt and Ellis for all their hard work and welcome to new volunteer Nicola who proved very handy with a spade when she came along to see how we were doing. Thanks also to the New College group, who are well on the way to creating a masterpiece!
|These artists are so talented that they can pose for two photos at once!|
|Jonathan prunes a tree with our fantastic new loppers|