Monday, 15 January 2018

Planting for wildlife

“There are so many benefits to attracting wildlife into your garden. Apart from saving the decline of our native species, garden wildlife also acts as a natural pest control, preventing the need to spray harmful chemicals all over your garden. If you grow fruit and vegetables, you’ll need the help of bees to pollinate many of your crops. Contrary to popular belief wildlife gardens needn’t be messy! Well-maintained hedges and shrubs are perfect for nesting birds and insects, and a flowing herbaceous border will attract all sorts of beneficial insects to your garden.” Thompson and Morgan

Planting a wildlife garden couldn’t be easier; for more ideas on how to make a wildlife garden please visit the Thompson and Morgan website.

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