Wildlife Garden Design


Designing a garden to encourage wildlife and wild flowers isn’t as simple as just ignoring your garden, or flinging a few wild seeds.

Wildlife requires the right conditions to flourish, and different environments will attract different species. Measures may be required to keep some wildlife out (see our fences), or at least restrict access (cats and larger birds for example, don’t encourage smaller species).

Our years of experience in both countryside management and in creating our own natural garden oasis mean we’re well equipped to help you establish habitats for:

  • Wildflowers
  • Butterflies
  • Bees
  • Lacewings
  • Ladybirds
  • Birds
  • Dragonflies
  • Toads, Frogs and Newts 
  • Lizards and Slow Worms
  • Hedgehogs