Creepy Crawly Towers My other dream house

How to make a mini wildlife stack for your garden

remember to collect bits for Bee hotel - old stems, bamboo, use cut branches & drill holes

How to make a solitary bee hotel

Solitary Bee hotel - old stems, bamboo, use cut branches & drill holes

A pallet bug hotel - 5 star biodiversity lodgings - I like the idea of adding identification charts

A pallet bug hotel - 5 star biodiversity lodgings - I like the idea of adding identification charts Garden for the kids and the chicken coop

Nice setup that shows how a very small area can get both a kitchen garden with insect hotel, mini greenhouses and mini garden

Raised beds ~ Nice setup that shows how a very small area can get both a kitchen garden with insect hotel, mini greenhouses and mini garden

photo by John (itsjustanalias) - stuff arranged to attract bees & insect army - at the Rodley nature reserve in England.

squaredoor: image: Where to grow your insect army, a solitary bee house? Gaurdian article in defense of the solitary bee, who are vital pollinators and whose future is jeopardised by many of the same problems as the honey bee❤️

Masonry Bees that are so integral to our ecosystem. Unlike honeybees or bumble bees, the Masonry Bee is a solitary bee. It has no queen or worker bees. They don’t produce honey or beeswax. Other than mating, their soul purpose is to pollinate.

If you build it…bees will come.

DIY: Mason Bee house (for a more productive garden!) Mason bees are non-stinging and great pollinators.

Water brings a magical quality to your garden, and is the key to life for so many creatures. #homesfornature

Water brings a magical quality to your garden, and is the key to life for so many creatures. // Home Decoration DIY

How To Make A Toad House - because this is exactly what you want to do in Queensland

Toad Abode - Planning on making a couple of these to go under a few of the hostas within the perennial shade bed.

This school it Brooklyn proves that you don't need to live in the countryside to give nature a home. It has a bug hotel in its outdoor garden which attracts bees, butterflies and other critters in the spring and summer #homesfornature

PS New School has a bug hotel in its outdoor garden which attracts bees, butterflies and other critters in Spring and Summer. What a cool idea to incorporate with a school garden for students studying insects?

developed by Chris Beardshaw, spotted at Hampton Court Flower Show in 2008 -- pallet / recycled materials used as a palace for wildlife

Making A Wildlife Habitat From Recycled & Found Materials Forget all those expensive manufactured solitary bee houses or hedgehog homes, you can make your insect habitat out of scrap materials and old pallets

Quick and easy terracotta toad house. (Toads can reduce the population of insects and cutworms in your garden.)

Invite Toads for Natural Pest Control

Want to control flying insects and plant-destroying cutworms naturally? Give toads a habitat near your beds by making them a shelter from a cracked or chipped terra-cotta pot. Plus how cool would it be to have a toad in your back yard!

Create a mini pond #homesfornature

MINI POND Water brings a magical quality to your garden, and is the key to life for so many creatures that live in it.

Dishfunctional Designs: God Save The Pallet! Reclaimed Pallets Revamped

Dishfunctional Designs: God Save The Pallet! Reclaimed Pallets Revamped- Invertebrate habitat(beneficial insect hotel) So Cool!

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