The Forest Flora Journal shines a light on the Horticultural heroes of Waltham Forest and beyond

Volunteers East London Water Works Park

East London Waterworks Park Leyton

12th October 22


Gone to Seed

6th April 22

Alfie Sobell-Davis

Horticulture As A Skilled Career

27th January 22

The Welcome Garden Walthamstow Extiction Rebellion

The Welcome Garden brought back from the brink by Extinction Rebellion

17th March 21

Calke Abbey

Calke Abbey

22nd September 20

Kala Paul-Worika

Kala Paul–Worika discovers a 'new love' for gardening during the 'new normal'

22nd September 20

Lawn left to become a meadow

Urban Rewild

30th July 20


Burials in Bloom

21st July 20

Richmond Road Pocket Park

Waltham Forest Heroes of Horticulture: Celia James

22nd June 20


Pollinators' Forum

23rd May 20

Salma with frame

An Interview with Brushwood Bees

21st May 20


Low Allergy Planting

20th May 20

Susanna Grant

Dark and Swarmy

19th May 20

Land Girl in uniform

Let There Be Light

11th May 20

Verbena Vonariensis

In Praise of Gardening

28th April 20

Narcissus Pueblo

Ode to Joy

15th April 20

Helen Lerner

Waltham Forest Heroes of Horticulture: Helen Lerner

6th March 20

Tony Esson and Karen Lane

Waltham Forest Heroes of Horticulture: Karen Esson and Tony Lane

6th March 20

Rasheeqa Ahmad

Waltham Forest Heroes Of Horticulture: Rasheeqa Ahmad

30th January 20

Andrew Fisher Tomlin Portrait

Horticulture as a skilled career: Andrew Fisher Tomlin

14th January 20

Loose seeds on table

Seed sowing in Autumn

17th October 19

Greenway avenue pop up

Forest Flora Plant Stall (AKA Plantaholics Anonymous)

16th September 19

Pistachio cake with edible flowers

Henrietta Inman and her taste for edible flowers

6th August 19

Up-cycled Outdoor Dining Room

Greenway Avenue Community Garden's Upcycling Approach

11th July 19


The Collaborative Herbarium

11th June 19

Tim Hewitt and Clive Meredeen

Get to know Get Ready, Steady, Grow

22nd May 19


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