WILDING PROJECTS
for your garden

Places to dream of…

A truly vibrant wild garden is made up of a patchwork of different habitats to support a broad spectrum of life.

Below are a few taster of where you might start with your wild adventure.

Whilst we can undertake a complete garden transformation, we’d also be delighted to work with you to integrate one or more of the ideas below into your existing garden.

wildlife pond
WILDLIFE PONDS
DIPPER’S DELIGHT

Include water in your garden and something magical happens. Suddenly – overnight it seems – the arrivals begin. Water boatmen, long-tailed chaser dragonflies, perhaps great crested newt. If you want a safari in your back yard, start with a pond.

green roof for wildlife
FORGET FELT, WELCOME THE WILD
GREEN ROOVES

A green roof converts otherwise dead-space into a sanctuary of untrammelled wilderness. Most small garden sheds can be easily adapted for a rich roofing of sedums, grasses and traditional wildflowers. It’s a creative way to soften a hard and lifeless area.

bee-friendly planting
AN OASIS FOR POLLINATORS
BEE-HAVEN BORDERS

A well-planned border can be an uplifting vision throughout the year. From a blaze of summer colour and fragrance to the silhouette forms of frost-rimed seed heads in winter. With the right plants it can provide an oasis for insects and birds around the calendar too.

PERENNIAL WILDFLOWER MEADOWS
MEADOW SWEET

Planting a flower meadow is a revolutionary act.

Even a couple of square metres can introduce a wild beauty to your garden and provide a keystone in the conservation of native plants and insects.

DON’T KEEP NATURE OUT
BIO BOUNDARIES

Boundaries are often forgotten as a home for biodiversity. From a native-hedge nesting site to converting a barren garden fence to a standing jungle, looking to your vertical spaces expands the horizons of your garden.

GARDENS TO RUN WILD IN
WILD CHILD

Buck the trend and let your children run wild. Even a small space can be converted into a haven of learning and discovery for your children. Pick from a menu of wildlife pond, bug hotels, and of course, built-in wifi camera so they can watch night and day.

Get in touch about your wild garden

We can begin today.

“Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of the earth.

– Henry David Thoreau