Wildlife Habitat

Lorraine Brodwick

Designed by: Lorraine Brodrick

Over the last few years there has been a significant shift in how people perceive the importance of a wide variety of wildlife in the garden.

Manicured gardens have given way to leaf piles, bug hotels and holes in fences to help the lowest members of the wildlife food chain survive and which in turn encourages, among other things, birds, bees, butterflies and hedgehogs to the garden.

The design of this garden is to highlight some of the plant varieties that attract bird, bees, butterflies and other pollinators to the garden, somewhere for bugs to flourish and the importance of water for all life to thrive.

With thanks to garden product suppliers

Wildlife Habitat

Lorraine Brodwick

Designed by: Lorraine Brodwick

Over the last few years there has been a significant shift in how people perceive the importance of a wide variety of wildlife in the garden.

Manicured gardens have given way to leaf piles, bug hotels and holes in fences to help the lowest members of the wildlife food chain survive and which in turn encourages, among other things, birds, bees, butterflies and hedgehogs to the garden.

The design of this garden is to highlight some of the plant varieties that attract bird, bees, butterflies and other pollinators to the garden, somewhere for bugs to flourish and the importance of water for all life to thrive.

With thanks to garden product suppliers


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