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Wildlife Gardening

06 June 2015 10:00 - 06 June 2015 15:00

Love wildlife and what to attract as many different birds, bees and buterflies to your garden as possible or perhaps just learn how to mange what is already there?

This is a one day course on Saturday 6 June 10am-3pm 

Join us as we take the mystery out gardening for wildlife and concentrate on the main ways of having a lovely garden filled with wildlife.

  • How your garden works as an ecosystem and the many habitats within it. 
  • The importance of water to wildlife and ways of creating ponds and bogs gardens regardless of the size of your plot.
  • How to attract bees, butterflies and birds to your garden. 
  • How you look after your garden so it looks fantastic but doesn't impact on the wildlife that live in it. 


Who is it suitable for?

18+. There are no formal entry requirements; all you need is an interest in plants. No previous experience needed.

What does it cost?

£20 Friends of Ness Gardens (£24 Non members)

Do I Need to Book a place?

Yes - Please contact 0845 0304063 or book at the Gardens Admissions desk.

Venue Details

Conference Room & the Gardens

For tickets call 0845 0304063