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The Waitrose Garden | Episode 4: Wildlife Garden


The Waitrose Garden | Episode 4: Wildlife Garden


Matt James helps plant a wildlife garden at Longstock Park, with nectar- and scent-rich plants and flowers to attract an abundance of bees and butterflies.
 





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Urban Wildlife in your Garden


 

How To Make A Small Wildlife Pond In Your Garden Quickly & Cheaply


Using easy and cheap to buy products to create a small Wildlife garden pond. Great project to do with children at home or in a school garden or allotment.
 

Wildlife Gardening Top Tips


Surrey Wildlife Trust's Top Tips to help make your garden a haven for wildlife.
 

An Enjoyable Cottage Garden with Wildlife


This video with musical background is about a Newark, Delaware Cottage Garden loaded casually with flowers, wildlife, and some fun with the grandkids.
 

The Wildlife Garden Project - How to help bats in your garden


http://wildlifegardenproject.com The Wildlife Garden Project shows you how to help bats in your garden. Bats are in decline in the UK, but this video shows you a ...
 

The Top 10 Wildlife Friendly Plants To Make Wildlife Gardens


Top 10 wildlife friendly plants 1.Hawthorn (Crataegus) The most common hedgerow shrub in the UK. It attracts over 150 species of insect. In summer, it's covered ...
 

CJ Wildlife: Attract More Wildlife to Your Garden


Tips and advice on how to attract more wildlife to your garden with CJ Wildlife.
 

The Wildlife Garden Project - Create your own little haven for wildlife


The new Wildlife Garden Project website is jampacked with wildlife gardening tips, advice and tutorial videos to help you create your own little haven for wildlife!
 

The Wildlife Garden Project - How to help hedgehogs in your garden


http://wildlifegardenproject.com The Wildlife Garden Project shows you how to help hedgehogs in your garden. Hedgehogs are in decline in the UK, but this ...
 

How to Make a Wildlife Garden


Naturalist John Walters shows how he created a wildlife garden, full of birds, frogs, bees and even slugs and worms. He also gives useful advice on creating ...
 

Gardening Tips | Gardening for Wildlife


Create a creature-friendly garden that's in tune with nature and looks good, too.
 

Wildlife in a Garden


Some of the visitors to the garden over the last few years. With some relaxing music.
 

Creating a wildlife garden pond


With the right planting and materials you can create a beautiful and amazing wildlife pond. It must be the best feature anyone can introduce into their garden.
 

The Wildlife Garden range


The Wildlife Garden range in action. Nesting boxes and feeders for birds, squirrels, butterflies, bats and bees, - a demonstration.
 

Surrey Wildlife Garden Award - Private Garden Winner 2015


Find lots of tips on how to create an amazing wildlife garden with Annie Keighley in Frimley Green. Annie won the Surrey Wildlife Garden Award in 2015 for best ...
 

How To Create a Wildlife Garden


A good wildlife garden is a fantastic nature reserve for all of the family to enjoy. Enjoy this quick guide as an introduction on where to start.
 

The Wildlife Garden Project | A guide to fish in your wildlife pond


http://www.wildlifegardenproject.com Jack Perks talks us through which fish species will live happily in your wildlife pond, as well as giving some tips on making ...
 

How To Make A Wildlife Friendly Garden


Take a look around the back garden to see how I have turned the whole place over to wildlife. 3 ponds, a bog garden area, sunny bee friendly areas and a ...
 

The Wildlife Garden Project - How to Make a Bird Box


http://wildlifegardenproject.com The Wildlife Garden Project shows you how to make a bird box. It's fun, cheap, and you'll be helping to save trees by using up ...
 

What does a wildlife garden need?


How to create a wildlife friendly garden - or make your garden just a little bit more wildlife-friendly. Easy tips and expert advice to help birds, pollinating insects, ...
 

The Recycled Wildlife Garden


This Eco Spaces garden was built from completely recycled materials each zone of the garden represents a microcosm for a larger wildlife habitat type.
 

The Wildlife Garden Project - A guide to building a bug hotel!


http://wildlifegardenproject.com The Wildlife Garden Project shows you how to make your very own bug hotel. Assemble a few simple garden materials and ...
 

Permaculture Garden: food and wildlife garden together


Wildlife shots at Lillie House over the last 2 weeks or so, with thoughts about integration of nature and production. This is the gardening paradigm described by ...
 

Wildlife garden London - urban wildlife garden & pond NHM London UK


Award Winning urban wildlife gardening! Urban wildlife garden profile from London's Natural History Museum NHM. A haven for wildlife in an urban environment ...
 

Higgy's Wildlife Garden Pollinator Special


A video of plants for pollinators, it includes butterflies, bees and other insects. Filmed in Higgy's Garden as featured on the BBC program 'SPRING WATCH ...
 

Wildlife-friendly garden tips from the Abbey Physic Garden....


The Abbey Physic Garden, Faversham, is March's Middlesized Garden of the Month. March is a brilliant time to see the bare bones of a garden and find out how ...
 

How To Create A Wildflower Garden To Attract Pollinators & Wildlife


www.seedbomb.ie How To Create A Wildflower Garden To Attract Pollinators & Wildlife. Bees, Butterflies, Hoverflies, Moths, Birds, Frogs are just a few of the ...
 

NHM Wildlife Garden


The beauty of the Natural History Museum's Wildlife Garden.
 

Restoring A Garden For Wildlife


This is the story of a garden restoration. I challenged myself to transform a derelict, litter-strewn patch of ground into a wildlife garden in just a few months.
 

Sam's Wildlife Garden - Pond Life - Frogs - March 2014


Sam's Wildlife Garden - Pond Life - Frogs - March 2014 Its that time of year again. Spring is here and the frogs are out of hiding.
 




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