Ecological wildlife-friendly garden

Welcome to the Josiah Braithwaite Community Garden. The garden provides a diverse range of edible plants with plenty of benefits for wildlife. The garden has a permaculture design and was installed by Permablitz London ( and filmed by BBC Gardeners’ World We hold regular Gardening Clubs on Saturdays where you can learn about gardening: growing seeds, potting on, planting, taking cuttings etc. We love to have children come along as well.
Find us at 50 Ellerslie Road, London W12 7BW
We are part of the Nubian Life Centre, whose Facebook page is here:
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Gardening Clubs in March and April

Come and join us for these sessions in the garden and learn about how to grow and maintain a permaculture, wildlife-friendly, ecological and edible garden. We grow vegetables, herbs, plants for herbal teas, salads, unusual edible perennials, fruit, berries and edible flowers as well as a profusion of flowers for bees and butterflies. Each week you will learn something different that will be appropriate to the time of year. Please let us know if you are coming by emailing

Saturday 29th February • 10.30am-1.30pm

  • Making pancakes
  • Painting the vegetables and fruit that we are going to grow this year.

Saturday 7th March • 10.30am-1.30pm

  • Creating a chart of what we are going to grow in 2020
  • Cooking pasta and pasta sauce with herbs from the garden

Saturday 14th March • 10.30am-1.30pm

  • Planting flower and salad seeds for the summer garden
  • Making spring vegetable soup

Saturday 4th April • 10.30am-1.30pm

  • Potting on seedlings
  • Making flat breads and humous
  • Easter egg hunt

Saturday 18th April • 10.30am-1.30pm

  • Potting on seedlings
  • Making scones

Workshops in March

Gardening for wildlife: how to make simple changes that could help make your garden a wildlife haven

THURSDAY 26th March • 6.30pm-8pm

Fulham Good Neighbours, 70 Rosaline Road, Fulham, SW6 7QT.
This workshop will explain how you can make simple changes in your garden to create more food and habitats for wildlife. Find out which plants provide nectar not only for bees and butterflies but also for other insects including hoverflies. Learn about the best design for bee hotels to support solitary bees and about other simple changes you can make to work with rather than against nature.The workshop is free to come along but you need to book your place by emailing

The workshops are free to attend.

If you’d like to attend a workshop please email specifying which workshop(s) you would like to book a place on (spaces are limited).

50 Ellerslie Road, London W12 7BW • Email: