Gardening for wildlife with Alan Titchmarsh
Gardening guru Alan Titchmarsh shares his lifelong fascination with wildlife – and the small steps everyone can take to make their garden a haven for wildlife
With many of us spending more time than ever in our gardens over the past year, we've discovered the vivid sights and sounds of wildlife all around us. And with that has grown a passion to discover more and turn our gardens into havens where wildlife not only survives but thrives. Alan Titchmarsh has had a lifelong fascination with wildlife – and describes gardeners as frontline naturalists, up close and personal with the natural world. He reveals the small steps anyone can take to make their garden a haven for wildlife – and his delight at sharing these moments with his grandchildren, along with his hopes for the future.
Listen now to this fascinating discussion between Alan Titchmarsh and Kate Bradbury, wildlife editor at BBC Gardeners' World Magazine:
Find out more
- Wildlife gardening
- Best plants for a wildlife hedge
- Six key features of a wildlife garden
- Creating a wildlife pond for a garden
* Terms and conditions
After your first 3 issues for £5, paid via Direct Debit, you will automatically pay £27.60 every 6 issues, still saving 20%. You can cancel your subscription at any time. We reserve the right to reject or cancel subscriptions at any point if the customer has previously cancelled their subscription during the trial period for that magazine or any other magazine in the Immediate Media portfolio.
We’d love to know what you think about the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine podcast – so we are running a survey to ask about what you love about it and you think we could do better. The survey should only take 5 minutes to fill out and you’ll be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win 1 of 7 £100 voucher express gift cards. Have your say: bit.ly/GWpodcastsurvey21
The prize draw is open to UK residents only and runs until 11:59pm 16 May.