If you'd love to see more wildlife in your garden, clever choices for your borders and herb patches can give nature a helping hand.
Plan your wildlife garden with this helpful insights and tips from DiscoverWildlife.com
4 Easy Ways to Turn Your Small Garden Into a Wildlife Haven
Small gardens and urban gardens can still be havens for wildlife!
How to Welcome Beneficial Wildlife to Your Garden
Welcome Wildlife to the Garden #gardening #wildlife #animals
Water brings a magical quality to your garden, and is the key to life for so many creatures. #homesfornature
Make a wildlife friendly pond with a range of plants and shallow beach. Find out how at http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/features/wildlife/attract-wildlife-to-your-garden-pond/1094.html Photo by Jason Ingram
Toad in Toad Abode: We used broken flower pots, glued on stones with Weld-bond, grouted and sealed with a concrete sealant. We put these in our school wildlife garden. They work!
Seasonal guide to bee-friendly plants. Help your local bees and join Friends of the Earth's Great British Bee Count (19 May - 30 June 2016). #greatbritishbeecount