Or perhaps not Hostafan, I started on the wildlife garden here the week I moved in. I could not stand to see a lifeless garden, so I could be a little cynical that somebody decides to do it for the cameras too.
There is a bandwagon at the moment around the whole thing with wildlife gardening.
Some of it overlooks that it can be a lot of fun, fairly instant and very unconventional.
I think it is difficult to really define what it is and many gardeners have gardened with wildlife in mind for many years and probably wonder what the fuss is about.
My view is it is about habitat creation on whatever scale. Providing exactly what a varied group of species require that might be missing locally, sometimes in a very small space. That is my take on it. So that could range from planting flowers for bees right through to pond construction or building a large hibernation bank for reptiles. Planting trees and hedges for birds, or just simply providing food for them. Making a bug hotel. Anything goes really.
I'll watch Monty's progress with interest.