We are very passionate about wildlife and how our outdoor spaces can be for the birds and bees. While there are powerful environmental reasons for inviting wildlife into our outdoor spaces, experience has taught us that wildlife gardens get better results.
Our wildlife gardens are not just healthier, more dynamic landscapes but they also demand far less work. They flourish without the traditional mowing and blowing, injections of pesticides, irrigation and fertilizers and are better able to cope on their own. At the same time, this kind of gardening turns the landscape from a consumer of resources and polluter into a source of carbon sequestration, environmental renewal, and ark for wildlife.
wildlife garden director