Real garden: Pam Woodall transformed her garden into a space she loves to spend time in

Real gardens: wildlife haven

Discover how one reader turned an unruly jungle into a tranquil space, flourishing with wildlife

When Pam Woodall moved into her Dorset house, the garden was an unloved, overgrown mess and crying out for a bit of TLC. But after years of living in large cities like London and Hong Kong, where outdoor space is at such a premium, Pam jumped at the challenge of transforming the space into her dream garden. A few months later, it was completely unrecognisable.

By splitting the third-acre garden into two halves, she has created somewhere that works for her, but also the insects, amphibians and mammals who love to visit.

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