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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.

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