Would you like your garden to be a rich environment for wildlife to enjoy? Encouraging a healthy ecosystem in your garden is easier than you think.
Adding flowers to your garden will not only add character and make it more beautiful, it will help provide vital food for birds and other wildlife, too. For instance, planting bee-friendly plants such as lavender, roses, clematis and geraniums is a great way to help support the British wild and honey bees. Or, to make your garden even more tranquil, why not add a pond or water feature? As well as adding a touch of luxury and serenity to your outside space, it will become a nature hub, attracting all sorts of insects and animals from dragonflies to frogs, giving wildlife a place to drink and bathe.
To discover more ways you can make your garden more wildlife friendly, download our handy guide.
To find out more about how you can invite nature into your surroundings or to become a member, see the RSPB website.