Take a stroll to the bottom of this garden to listen to the insects enjoying the wildflowers as they nestle amongst the long grass.

This garden is a great example of how meadow-style planting can be incorporated into a garden without taking over. The neatly mown path through the long grass and wildflowers at the bottom of the garden defines and frames the space beautifully.


Mowing the upper section of the garden leaves plenty of space for a relaxing decked area as well as shorter grass to provide a diverse range of habitats for different insects.


The clever use of trees to screen the boundary looks great but also offers shelter for wildlife.


The plants have been chosen carefully to provide year-round interest and food and shelter for wildlife.


The container pond supports a wide variety of pond life and looks stunning nestled between the designer steps.

Wildlife Garden Features...

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