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913Port-Na-Craig, Pitlochry, Perthshire 01796 484 600www.explorersgarden.comPH16 5DROpen 28 Mar-3 Nov, daily, 10am-4.15pm. Adults £4, OAPs £3.50, under-16s £1. Card not valid on charity day: 9 Jun, or on event days – phone or see website for details.parking,toilets,part-disabled,...
829St Andrew’s Road, Par, Cornwall01726 815 920www.marshvillagardens.comPL24 2LUOpen 1 Apr-30 Sep, Sun-Wed, 10am-6pm. Adults/OAPs £4.50, under-12s free. Single discount with card: 50%. Card not valid on charity day: 11 Aug & other dates – phone or see website.parking,toilets,full...
836Rue du Bordage, St Pierre du Bois, Guernsey01481 263 911www.millefleurs.co.ukGY7 9DWOpen by appointment, 1 Apr-30 Sep, Mon-Fri, 10.30am-1pm. Adults/OAPs £6, children (5-14) £3. Single discount with card: 10%. Card not valid on charity/event days – phone or see website for deta...
768Cromer Road, Beeston Regis, Sheringham, Norfolk01263 822 986www.priorymazegardens.co.ukNR26 8SFOpen 25 Mar-30 Sep, daily, 10am-5pm. Adults £5, OAPs £4.50, children (3-16) £2.50.parking,toilets,part-disabled,plants,refreshments,picnic,shop,dogs,public-transport
A garden with naturalised planting, often designed for the benefit of wildlife and birds. They'll commonly include areas of shelter and plants that will provide food.
Create a haven and nesting area for garden birds, by watching Monty's guide to making a bird raft for the Berryfields pond.all year roundAttracting birds and wildlife into your gardenHow to make a bird boxInstalling a window bird feederMaking fat
I have just created a wildlife pond in my garden -1.5m x 1m (preformed pond) with the intention of attracting more wildlife into my garden. I am looking for some advice on plants to put in my pond to keep the water clean that are not too invasive
hello there, can anyone let me know the name of the Acer that was featured in yeserday's 'Life in a Cottage Garden' with Carol Klein. it was given to her by her mother. i'm looking for something similar for my garden -- autumn colour, attracts
In the process of setting up a wildlife gardening business and wanting to be as eco-friendly as possible, I'm wondering if anybody has a good alternative to using plastic plant labels in the plants we sell? Aitch
Like to leave my garden wildlife friendly in winter but have a potentilla that is getting too big, would like to prune it but is it best to wait till Spring? Potentillas seen pretty tolerant, you can probably do it when it suits you.