Wildlife gardens to enhance the landscape Part 1

Posted by Tammy Sons on 2nd Feb 2016

Posted on Sunday 12/19

Growing Support for Eco-Friendly Gardening Techniques

Many people build a landscape to make the surroundings look pretty. Now there has been a major emphasis on building eco-friendly gardens that also attract a variety of insects and small animals. Conserving wildlife is now a dominant theme across the nation among garden lovers. However, the garden should be evenly spaced so that there is a balance between beauty, wildlife and general pests.

The Importance of Native, Wildlife Gardening

Gardens are vital for the survival of many small wildlife and thus the size of the garden you have is not important. One can make a successful wildlife garden while still maintaining a pleasant landscape with any type of design. Many people are put off by wildlife, thinking that the garden will be mess. This is erroneous thinking because it is not the wildlife which is the problem; it is the choice of plants one uses. One can make very simple changes to a garden like planting nectar-rich flower or berry-producing shrubs and enhance the wildlife that provides a natural habitat.