Daffodills are flowering across the farm.

Daffodills are flowering across the farm.

We started March with St. David’s Day and appropriately the first daffodils in flower. It is certainly starting to look like Spring on the farm. You may have spotted crocuses along the paths and the coppice filled with delicate snowdrops. Many trees are also in bloom with catkins and blossom. The most striking of these are our many cherry trees. Despite the recent stormy weather, their delicate cherry blossom display continues and it is hard to miss the chorus of songbirds in the morning.

The days are definitely growing longer and don’t forget we will be changing the clocks (and the farm opening times) at the end of the month when the clocks go forward.

Want to come work with us at this gorgeous time of year? We would love to hear from you! Please email our volunteer coordinator Louise at volunteering@mudchute.org for more information. In the meantime here are some photos we’ve snapped around Mudchute!


About Mudchute

Mudchute Park & Farm. One of the largest city farms in London with 32 acres of countryside in the middle of the Isle of Dogs.

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