Wildlife Gardening
World’s wildlife is captivating and should be nurtured. Here you can discuss plants to encourage wildlife to your garden, share your wildlife photography or any questions you may have.

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Started by granddad2015 7 years ago
Looking for advice on seeds/plants to create a wild flower meadow to attract bees, butterfly and anything else.  I can set aside about 450 square yar...
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Started by granddad2015 6 years ago
I have already posted this but it was in the wrong place and had no responses.   I am looking for advice on seeds/plants to create a wild flower me...
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Started by carolb 7 years ago
Hi Folks, recently I was moving a flower planter which was sitting on old bricks and underneath  I found this beauty a bit of research tells me (I be...
remove this Last replied to by lily167 5 months ago
Thank you for the article! I have studied about similar subjects! Unlike other submissions, however, I have a very uniqu...
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Started by FayeHopwood 8 years ago
What flowers have you found best for attracting butterflies and bees? apart from Buddleja 🙂
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remove this Last replied to by Geneharberl 6 months ago
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Started by Gardening_Graham 8 years ago
Hi Having moved into my place last summer and fighting against the un-mown lawn etc I finally managed to get it "straight" and planted up several pot...
remove this Last replied to by Josh835638 11 months ago
The concept of a wild garden is against formalism. Such gardens are laid out for more, agreeable communication with natu...
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Started by carolb 7 years ago
I have found that a simple cotoneaster (sp) bush is great for attracting blackbirds into the garden, they love the berries.
remove this Last replied to by Osbor 1 year ago
The main idea of wild gardens is to naturalize plants in shrubberies. The grass should remain unmoved as in nature, and ...
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Started by carolb 7 years ago
Who else is going to be taking part in this survey this year? I have noticed an increase in the bird life in my garden last year, hopefully due to the...
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Not much around when I did the count, they came 2 by 2 , 2 Robins, 2 Blackbirds, 2 Blue Tits, 2 Great Tits & 2 Dunnocks....
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Started by Pablo 8 years ago
How can I encourage hedgehogs into the garden?
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remove this Last replied to by Rosyposy 8 years ago
Wow! I never knew about this - I'll definitely log any hedgehog activity! Thanks ever so much. It's really interesting.




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