Watching wildlife in your garden is a great way of connecting to nature. A garden can be designed to create habitats for birds, bees, butterflies and a variety of reptiles and small mammals. It can still be a beautiful outdoors space for people at the same time. This course explains how the essential needs of wildlife should influence your garden design and takes you through a straightforward process for designing your own wildlife garden.
No less a figure than Sir David Attenborough has said that every garden in Britain must be available to wildlife to prevent further decline in wildlife populations. Public nature reserves and parks aren’t enough. Don’t let him down! Learn how to create your own wildlife garden haven on this half day course.
It's spring! March is here!
After that summer weather at the end of February it's now officially spring as March arrives. Bulbs are springing up everywhere (make sure you book on our Easy Bulbs course if you didn't get around to planting any last autumn). It's Mothers Day at the end of the month so why not treat your Mum to a lovely day out learning all about flowers or gardens, or both!
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DATE & VENUE: Tuesday July 16th, 2019, Mells Walled Garden, BA11 3PN
TIME: 10:00- 1.00 pm
WHAT’S INCLUDED: Tea/coffee and cake plus a full course handout and our favourite bird feeder.