Encourage wildlife into the garden

As mentioned all the way through, a diverse garden, humming and buzzing with life is a pleasure and a privilege to be in. By avoiding pesticides and herbicides, growing companion plants and nectar rich wildlife attractant species,

creating habitat, a pond, a wildlife area or wildflower meadow, leaving areas a little wild,  with some nettles, rock or log piles and seed heads left over, and putting up bird and insect boxes, a garden can be transformed and the balance delightfully restored.

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