SEEOG was formed in 1994 to promote the principles of organic gardening, which include the composting of organic waste, the protection of wildlife, the reduction of pollution and the encouragement of species diversity.
The RHS has a wealth of useful tips and interesting information on its website.
The 'river' in River of Flowers is an evocative way of describing the planting of urban meadows in 'pollination streams' or 'green corridors' in order to help our pollinators, bees, butterflies and other insect pollnators, find forage in the city. It describes the flight path of the pollinators as much as it does the flow of wildflowers. A 'river' connects! A River of Flowers not only connects the spaces where wildflowers are growing, it also connects the communities and individuals that have planted them or allowed them to grow naturally and those sympathetic to and supportive of growing wild.