|Sue Sullivan shows DWI supporters her wildlife garden|
- Plant a native tree
- Dig a pond for wildlife
- Don't use chemicals
- Don't be too tidy - an undisturbed area will attract wildlifePlant a range of nectar/pollen bearing plants, wild and cultivated, to flower, ideally from early Spring to the Autumn.
- Create a bird feeding station
- Provide bird boxes, insect boxes, hedgehog boxes
- Leave an area of long grass for summer butterflies, grass hoppers and crickets
- Create a log pile/dead wood for insects to live and breed in
- Leave some flowers to go to seed and leave through the winter for seed eating birds.
- Enjoy your garden wildlife!
Sue & Adrian are also showing their art & photography as part of the Deal Festival & SEAS 'Open Studios' on the first three weekends in July and would be willing to do a brief tour of the Garden tel: 01304 614 088 - 2 Bridge Hill Cottages Hacklinge CT14 0AY (location 24 in SEAS Catalogue www.seasopenstudios.co.uk)