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Wildlife Gardening


I just love to be able to introduce new plants to you like this new French Lavender from the Butterfly Garden series.  French Lavenders have a longer flowering period compared to our English varieties.  They are a little more temperamental in that they love to bake in hot sun and well drained conditions, not cold[…]

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You may have heard many people talk of how important it is to preserve our population of bees, but why? Well, nearly 85% of food crops for humans are pollinated by bees.  Many cattle fodder crops are also pollinated by bees. The plants they pollinate also create food and shelter for other wildlife.  It is[…]

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Hedgehogs are delightful creatures and are of benefit to our gardens as they eat slugs, snails and insects.  Read the tips below to find out how best to care for and encourage them in your garden. Leaving wild areas in the garden with piles of logs and leaves will help to provide a home for[…]

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