Posted: 04/10/2016 at 17:27
I have a shady corner in behind the shed. It's flanked by the existing conifer and pine on the boundary. I have all sorts of sh**e, errr...wildlife friendly logs and plants in it.
We get plenty of rain, so even in summer, the ground is damp in most of it.
I have Ferns, Astilbes, Hostas,London Pride, Euphorbias and Geraniums. Nettles, logs - mainly rotting - piles of soil and branches, and nooks and crannies for creatures to hide in. It's ideal for the birds too.
I pass a house on the way home Dove - it has the same arrangement of Aster and Rudbeckia (?) in the front garden.