Planting for Wildlife, Crookston

You can attract wildlife into the smallest of gardens, this garden has a grassy border with perennial flowering plants to attract bees, butterflies and insects. Small trees and shrubs to supply berries and nesting areas for birds, a small pond (cloudy but will clear) a raised vegetable bed, new timber sleeper edging, pebble pathways and sandstone paved patio area. The garden was completed December 2009.