Gardens are a special type of place, where nature and people come face to face, both in their home territories. They give us a unique opportunity for connection.
Nature gardens act as important stepping stones for wildlife. Our efforts to create little garden wildlife havens are supported by work going on nationwide to improve nature connectivity through the restoration of roadside verges and hedgerows. Studies are revealing that areas that contain a network of wildlife gardens, have a measurable positive impact on local wildlife.
Nature Gardens, however, go beyond the usual wildlife gardening offering. By actively connecting with the nature we are supporting in our gardens, we build beneficial relationships with it, allowing us to more directly experience how great it feels to be a positive force in the world.