Our Top 10 ways to rewild your garden
Rewilding your garden has become an increasingly popular trend and is the perfect way to create your very own natural and sustainable oasis. Rewilding helps increase species biodiversity of plants, animals and vital microorganisms in your soil. Whilst also being a natural solution to climate change.
Here our top 10 ways to help your on your rewilding journey
Let it Grow
Not ready to go full wild? Pick sections or a corner of your garden that you can transform into a wildflower meadow or a wild corner.
2. Cut the chemicals
4. Think outside the lawn
5. Make a home for wildlife
Bring birds into your garden by adding a few bird feeders and elevated water features around your garden to increase the wildlife count. It can be good to have a mix of hanging and flat elevated bird feeders to attract different bird species. Birds are both beautiful additions to your gardens but are great for insect control.
Adding bug hotels, piles of sticks, creating small log piles or adding rocks to your garden. Are all fantastic ways to provide shelters for a range of insects. If you are in an area with hedgehog's you can add a hedgehog hut. (If you want to bring hedgehogs into your garden, set up a wildlife corridor by planting hedges, leaving pathways and little gaps between the neighbouring properties to allow creatures to roam freely and safely).