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Kristina’s wildlife friendly approach to garden design featured in March edition of Pro Landscaper Magazine

The article explores the ways in which domestic garden design can contribute to the restoration of biodiversity on a national scale. The article features pictures of our award winning Wildlife Friendly Coastal Garden, as well as some beautiful pictures of wildlife in a garden setting from Kristina’s own garden. Kristina’s approach to part of the creation of a wildlife friendly garden is outlined:


“It’s about creating a habitat, somewhere to shelter, to encourage wildlife to come. Somewhere they can breathe, where they can sleep. Somewhere they can feel safe over winter, with access to food and open water.” 

There is exploration of how wildlife friendly elements can be incorporated into various garden design aesthetics. Using the right garden designer can be key in finding this balance between style and productivity, as well as giving guidance on how garden maintenance can play its part in the creation of a wildlife friendly space.


Overall a great article on what you can do with your garden space to encourage the regeneration of our native and visiting wildlife! To read the latest State of Nature report (the latest edition of the source of the statistics at the beginning of the article) head here.



Page 63 of the March 2024 edition of Pro Landscaper Magazine
Page 63 of the March 2024 edition of Pro Landscaper Magazine

Pages 64 and 65 of the March 2024 edition of Pro Landscaper Magazine
Pages 64 and 65 of the March 2024 edition of Pro Landscaper Magazine

Page 66 of the March 2024 edition of Pro Landscaper Magazine
Page 66 of the March 2024 edition of Pro Landscaper Magazine

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