Gardening isn’t just about plants. Just as important and interesting are the little friends you can encourage to share your outside space, especially at this time of year when they are at their most vulnerable.
- Love animals
- Are looking for a new hobby
- Suddenly have more time for your garden
- Love home gardening and trying new types of gardening
- Want to share fun with the grandkids
- Want pleasure from your garden all year round
THESE ARE THE TOP 3 TIPS TO ENCOURAGE WILDLIFE IN YOUR GARDEN!
As well as the obvious fish, frogs and dragonflies, a well-designed pond can also provide water for birds and small animals.
A horticulturalist can advise on specialist planting, and you may want to look at fencing options if there are small children or pets around!
2. DRY-STONE WALLING
Not just for the country, these provide a range of micro-climates for insects and reptiles.
Birds and small animals will also benefit from the nooks and crannies.
3. INSECT HOTELS
A bespoke habitat will attract bees, bugs and all manner of minibeasts!
Best of all these are eco-friendly and are made from recyclable materials.
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