Booths Loves Bee’s: Designing A Botanical Home For Bruntwood’s Wildlife

Posted — 30 July 2019

For our latest project, we joined the Booths Park community in planting an outdoor space beaming with botanical creations.

As part of Bruntwood’s Sustainability Agenda, they regularly run ‘Care Days’, where staff and customers can participate in a variety of valuable projects. This particular event was called ‘Booths Loves Bee’s’, and we couldn’t wait to get started. 

Creating A Stunning Home For Booths Bee’s 

Not perturbed by it turning out to be the hottest day of the year, everybody set to work on creating a stunning bee and butterfly friendly space that would soon become the idyllic home to three bee hotels. 

In order to appeal to both the wildlife and the Booths Park community, we carefully selected a bright and summery palette made up of Geraniums, Agapanthus, Lupins, Echinacea Purpurea, Crocosmia lucifers, and Heucheras, just to name a few. Well known for their stress-relieving properties, planting these wonderful homely additions for the bee’s of Booths Park transpired to be a very rewarding day. 

Our Work With Bruntwood 

This isn’t the first time we’ve collaborated with Bruntwood. Having previously created a phenomenal tree house spanning across two floors in a city centre office and a living green wall at the Bruntwood exchange, we’re delighted to have them on board as a regular client. 

Growing Community Projects 

If you have a community project on the horizon and would like to include plants and flowers, we’d love to get involved. Whether you’re bringing people together with green activities or need to spruce up your event with stunning plant and flower work, I Want Plants are experts in curating bespoke designs tailored to your vision. Get in touch today with your requirements.