Suitable for all abilities
Gardening for wildlife is one of the most fascinating areas of gardening today. In partnership with the Royal Horticultural Society, Andy McIndoe, Chelsea Flower Show Gold record holder will teach you how to create a beautiful garden that attracts birds, bees, insects and other pollinators and mammals.
Gardening for wildlife doesn’t mean you have to cultivate a wilderness. With a basic understanding of planting and maintenance, it’s possible to create a haven for wildlife and still have an attractive, appealing garden.
You will learn all about what to plant in the way of trees, shrubs, perennials, bulbs, annuals and grasses to benefit insects and birds. You will learn how to provide a continuity of food supply, habitats and places to breed. We will also cover whether the garden is a place for wildlife to visit or to live.
This course has been designed and approved by wildlife plant experts at the RHS, together with Andy.