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Anne's Wildlife Garden Project

Anne Horner How do you create a wildlife garden from scratch? Anne Horner, who moved to Somerset from the big city six months ago, describes her plans to create a haven for birds and bees.

You can follow Anne's progress by clicking the links below to read her updates.  

Borage 180Whoosh! It’s summer already, everywhere there are bright new shoots and yet we’ve had no build-up of warmer days to ease us into spring.

Anne's garden diary continued ...


 

toad © wildstockIt was a cruelly bleak day when Penny Richards of the Somerset Wildlife Trust’s Gardening for Wildlife Group came to look at our plot, continues Anne. 

Peacock on teasel
When we moved to rural Somerset from hideously over-populated north London last summer one of the things we were most excited about was the garden surrounding our home, begins Anne.