Building a bug hotel or wildlife stack in your garden is a great way to attract beneficial insects and wildlife into your garden such as ladybirds, bumble bees, butterflies, frogs & toads. This will help to create a more diverse range of wildlife in your garden, help tackle those unwanted bugs in your garden and increase pollination.

Building a bug hotel or wildlife stack in your garden is a great way to attract beneficial insects and wildlife into your garden such as ladybirds, bumble bees, butterflies, frogs & toads. This will help to create a more diverse range of wildlife in your garden, help tackle those unwanted bugs in your garden and increase pollination.

A pleasing mix of textures - From the simple wildlife pond w/ its waterlillies & tall grasses to the alpines & herbaceous plants, this compact garden is home to both sun & shade seeker

A pleasing mix of textures - From the simple wildlife pond w/ its waterlillies & tall grasses to the alpines & herbaceous plants, this compact garden is home to both sun & shade seeker

A woodland wildlife garden in the making... courtesy of #RSPB's gardening for wildlife expert Adrian Thomas.

A woodland wildlife garden in the making... courtesy of #RSPB's gardening for wildlife expert Adrian Thomas.

This plant pot saucer is a water source for bees and butterflies. The flat stones are for butterflies to spread their wings and warm themselves while they drink. The gravel and sand are a place for bees to land and drink – they need water, not just nectar.

This plant pot saucer is a water source for bees and butterflies. The flat stones are for butterflies to spread their wings and warm themselves while they drink. The gravel and sand are a place for bees to land and drink – they need water, not just nectar.

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