Wildlife Gardening


What better pass-time is there for a man than to sit in his own back garden watching the bumble bees as they pollinate an array of wild flowers, keeping an eye on the bird bath where Robins, Blackbirds, Blue-tits and many more feathered friends come around for a quick sip of water or a refreshing  bath at the heat of the day?

What better sound to wake up to than a symphony of bird song that only nature can provide?

Here follow a few very basic ideas to make your garden more attractive to wildlife :

Butterfly Roof Garden part of a Wildlife Gardening Project by Expert Organic Gardener Johan Eekhout

Butterfly Roof Garden part of a Wildlife Gardening Project by Expert Organic Gardener Johan Eekhout ironically a wild duck chose to nest here first

  • Adding to a wider biodiversity such as adding wild flowers to employ a multitude of insects which will become sought after delicacies to a wide range of birds.
  • Keeping a bird bath filled with clean fresh water all year round.
  • Creating a variety of habitats for the overwintering of butterflies and other insects.
  • Feeding during the coldest of the winter months.
  • Once the full balance in your garden environment is restored you will have no need for any type of garden chemical!

    Contact me today.

    Standard rate: £30/h.
    On-site Quotations: £15

    Johan@OrganicGardenerLondon.com /07900025319

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