All the features organised under this section describe projects, of various sizes, that can be undertaken to improve the wildlife value of a garden.
The features in this section describe projects concerned with creating homes for animals in the garden.
Ponds can be one of the most rewarding features of a wildlife garden but, whilst the idea is simple, the practical tasks of creating and maintaining a pond can be quite involved. Look here for help and ideas.
Caring for garden wildlife is a multi-million pound industry, but you don't need to spend a fortune to do your bit. Teresa Leech has some ideas of how to help garden wildlife but reusing common or garden items.
One of the simplest and most effective ways to help wildlife in your garden is by planting a mixed hedge of native species. Here's one I did earlier.
How you can experience something of a wildflower meadow without permanently sacrificing your lawn.
How the space under a structure such as a deck or shed can be used to make your garden more attractive to wildlife.
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