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its part, but when I fill my garden with so many tempting plants for them to feed and breed on it's such a shame they don't visit. What else can I do to attract wildlife into my garden?
featured on the front cover of the very first issue of Gardeners' World Magazine back in March 1991 and wrote a wildlife gardening column for us for many years. I've fond memories of visiting his garden near Harrogate to take pictures for the magazine
flowers and wildlife gardening with Kevin Smith from the magazine team, I'll also be joining other experts on stage. Alys Fowler will be making her show debut and helping Kevin and I share practical and money-saving recycling ideas. With a little
!Slugs are everywhere, although they hide away pretty well until my back is turned, then come out in force to feed. By sheltering during the day and emerging under cover of darkness, they escape my attention as well as that of many wildlife predators. The occasional
Their image has adorned many a Christmas card decorating homes up and down the land, but venture out into your garden over the coming days and you'll hopefully come face-to-face with your own resident robin.At least one robin has made my garden its home, although on occasions I'v...