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    • Amstelveen review on visiting Landlife and parks in Liverpool Visit in may 2010
    • Groen Amstelveen in vogelvlucht
    • Meeting with Landlife
    • Meeting at the Wildflower Centre
    • A sunny day at the parks
      • Overall impression + * great potential levels mature trees monumental parts historic atmosphere * active and very enthusiastic friendgroups/volunteers * spreading through the city of Liverpool like a green carpet, the city looks very green * you charish every living part
      • Overall impression - based mostly upon 2 “layers”: grass and trees * you charish every living object (dare to cut!) * cultivated look: short grass and lollipop trees * using special flowers and trees on special grounds * long term target vision plan and maintenance translation? * continuum of volunteers is precious * budget hardly enough for sober maintenance level based upon daily maintenance no rehabilitation budgets/sustainable financial policy * integral policy? (sports, traffic, economy)
    • St. James Gardens
    • St. James Gardens
    • St. James Gardens
    • St. James Gardens
    • St. James Gardens
    • St. James Gardens
    • St. James Gardens
    • Some advise for St. James Garden
      • Promenade: more open (trees) and less ridges of clippings
      • Give the roses more space, planting more at random
      • Mahonia and Ricinus disturb the natural atmosphere
      • South end: cutting more trees for sunlight
      • Lower grass land: Geranium phaeum , Campanula, Narcissus
      • Catacombes: wall needs sunlight, cut Beechtrees down/leave one and prune
      • Trees in middle: make choices for solitars (like mourning trees) and plant new trees!
      • Litter: not enough bins
    • The princess park
    • The princess park
    • The princess park
    • The princess park
    • The princess park
    • Some advise for Princesspark
      • Boggy area: Leucojum aestivum, Geum rivale, Marshorchids, Thalictrum flavum, Ajuga reptans, Caltha palustris, Fritillaria melaeagris, Spiraea uliginosa
      • Make it look more natural, don’t add cultural parts
      • Adding of shrubbing on the right side for rooming effect
      • Tree level, make a wave at the top
      • Grass level up
      • Future plan with a translation for maintenance
      • New planted shrubs, start with cutting and pruning
      • Dogowners on the lead!
      • Get a center explorer (kiosk, shop)
    • Sudley park
    • Sudley park
    • Sudley park
    • Sudley park
    • Sudley park
    • Sudley park
    • Some advise for the Sudley park
      • Charish the views and make it more various, playing with trees
      • Less regular straight grass cuttings
      • Why do not let the branches stay to trees stems? Lolipop
      • Enriching the grass with flowering plants
    • The Sefton park, luch outside
    • On the road to Everton Park
    • The Everton Park
    • The Everton Park
    • The Everton Park
    • The Everton Park
    • The Everton Park
    • Some advise for the Everton park
      • Quarry: seeding of plants, no picnick
      • Charish views, cut and replanting trees (popular, conifers)
      • School: lower the ground ridge and cut some of the trees and conifers around, schoolplots
      • Wildflower meadows near collonade, put chalk on it and wildflower seeds
      • Cut costs by cutting less grass
      • Make a few highlights in the park to attract people, make choices and stick with it
      • Turn the huge fountain area into a playing ground and pond with wild flowers
      • Get economic motors (housing/projects) into the area
    • Everton Park walled nature garden
    • Everton walled nature garden
    • Everton walled nature garden
    • Some advise for the walled garden
      • Less surface of waterplants in the ponds
      • Cut some shrubs so there is more light for wild flowers
      • More variety in “wall” of shrubs by pruning
    • The Everton park, school location
    • With the regards of our collegues
    • Thanks for your hospitality and the great atmosphere!
    • Up to the future of Liverveen/Amstelpool