How to turn a garden into a wildlife refuge

08/3/2010 | Daily Mail (London), The

A garden can be turned into a mini nature reserve without compromising the overall landscape, writes Nigel Colborn. Gardeners should allow grass and undergrowth to develop to boost wildlife, using meadow flowers and groundcover plants to keep the area looking healthy. Ponds, trees, shrubs and hedges also attract various wildlife.

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