Friday, 5 October 2012

Queen Mary School and garden

Queen Mary school is the other heritage school in our neighbourhood, designed by the same architect as our local Ridgeway school <>  It has a beautiful community garden around it.  The soil is so rich that the sunflowers in some people's plots are a threat to low-flying aircraft.  The school is closed for 2 years for its seismic upgrade, which freed up the schoolkids' garden plots for a demonstration grain garden, with 3 varieties of wheat and barley, oats, corn, flax and quinoa all growing profusely.

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