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.

Use a 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 while the gravel and sand are a place for bees to land and drink (from Wildlife Gardener)

Creepy Crawly Towers My other dream house

How to make a mini wildlife stack for your garden

toad abode - you can make your own w/a broken pot, and they WORK... mine always have toads in them!... must try this!

(Maybe decorated like fairy house) Broken clay pot makes a perfect "Toad Abode" we have put these in our flower beds & its Amazing how many Toads live in them! We call them The Toad Motel and The Frog Bar;

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

Make a wildlife friendly pond with a range of plants and shallow beach. Find out how at http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/features/wildlife/attract-wildlife-to-your-garden-pond/1094.html Photo by Jason Ingram

Attract wildlife to your garden pond

Make a wildlife friendly pond with a range of plants and shallow beach. Photo by Jason Ingram - Champ Gardens

GArden idea for a lake garden.....Romantical!!! Christmas in a boat....I love it!

Christmas tree in a boat on a lake! Not everyone has a lake, but lots of neighborhoods have ponds. How great would this be in the neighborhood pond! - I want a pond just to do this lol

Tip of the week: line your feeding station with newspaper and dry leaves and lay shallow dishes of hedgehog-friendly food and water inside the box! #homesfornature

Tip of the week: line your feeding station with newspaper and dry leaves and lay shallow dishes of hedgehog-friendly food and water inside the box!

Wildlife Habitats Even small garden ponds and boggy areas provide an excellent habitat for a wide range of wildlife.

Garden Types and Styles

A small pond outlined with river rocks provides a mini wildlife habitat in this backyard garden. A mix of foliage and flowering plants — including ferns, hostas and lily pads — create a lush backdrop.

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

Nick likes this - A woodland wildlife garden in the making. courtesy of gardening for wildlife expert Adrian Thomas.

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4 Easy Ways to Turn Your Small Garden Into a Wildlife Haven

Top 10 tips for garden design to make the most of small spaces - David Domoney : attract wildlife

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