EDIBLE BRAYAT BLOOM
EDIBLE Bray has been planting edible and productive plants in public spaces around Bray in recent months.
This weekend they will be taking part in ‘Bloom Fringe’ at the Albert Walk.
The Albert Walk has been chosen this year as one of the sites for Bloom Fringe, which includes community gardening projects that are on display during the Bloom in the Park Festival.
This year, with Bray Tidy Towns, Edible Bray planted herbs, edible perennials like rhubarb and sorrel, fruit bushes, and a few apple trees as well as vegetables such as kale at Albert Walk.
The idea is to provide a free source of healthy vegetables for anyone who wants them. Edible Bray will be on site this coming Saturday, June 2, at 12 midday, to talk about their work to anyone who may be interested.
Last December they provided 50 fruit trees for schools in Bray. Edible Bray has a dream to create a free food trail around Bray with apple orchards and fruit bushes, sunflowers and edible flowers, cherry tomatoes and peas, free for the picking in the most unlikely of places.