An increasing amount of garden space is being lost to hard surfacing, and some of the wildlife that typically visits is struggling to sustain its numbers. Whether you have a small balcony or a large garden, you can help the local wildlife by planting wildlife friendly plants.
Not only do these wildlife friendly plants make stunning additions to your outside space, but they also allow you to enjoy the company of birds, butterflies, bees and other pollinating insects which will come and visit; all of which do their bit to ward off garden pests.
However, we know that it’s hard to know which plants attract the wildlife you want in your garden. That’s why we have put together this guide to wildlife friendly plants to help you create a wildlife friendly garden that even Sir David Attenborough would be proud of!