Go wild in your garden
Large or small, ledge or yard, there are many ways for your garden to be part of a wider network of urban green spaces.
With an estimated 16 million gardens in the U.K, our gardens are a vast living landscape. The ways in which we care for them can make a big difference to our wildlife and the natural world.
Helping wildlife in your garden
Wildlife-friendly gardening is about making a haven for you, as well as for wildlife. By gardening sympathetically for wildlife, you’ll be rewarded by a truly natural outdoor space, where you can get in touch with the plants, animals and birds that make their home there.
Create new or adjust current habitats in your garden to attract and conserve a range of wildlife species.
From planting flowers, shrubs and trees to attract pollinators, to building a nest box or wildlife pond, it's easier than you think to create a place for wildlife at home.
Find out more ways to build your own features to help wildlife in your garden.