Wildlife-friendly gardening is about making a haven for you, as well as for wildlife. By gardening sympathetically for wildlife, you’ll be rewarded by a truly natural outdoor space, where you can get in touch with the plants, animals and birds that make their home there.
The Wildlife Trusts and the RHS set up Wild About Gardens to celebrate wildlife gardening and to encourage people to use their gardens to take action to help support nature.
Wild about Gardens 2020
We’ve been inspired by the new movie adaptation of The Secret Garden and just like us, the filmmakers are passionate about butterflies! From the producers of Paddington, Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts, this new movie is a visionary look at one of the world’s most enduring children’s stories and will be in cinemas later this year. In the story, the garden eases grief, heals rifts and brings the joy out in all who experience it.
Now you can make a special place for wildlife – with a Secret Garden of your own, where you can replenish your soul, reconnect with nature and help wildlife to thrive. Find out more about the film at www.thesecretgardenfilm.co.uk and watch the trailer here
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A useful guide to creating and maintaining a garden pond of all sizes! They can be a haven for many different species of wildlife.
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