The calming scent of lavender on a sunny patio is a magnet for bees and butterflies. When the purple blooms go to seed, birds can tuck in.

edge of driveway?this is my driveway plan, grow lavender grow, love it-replace with lemongrass to help with squitos!

How to help wildlife - Plant guidelines

Top ten garden plants for wildlife

Top Ten Plants Every Wildlife Gardener Should Consider (BBC/UK) - If you'd love to see more wildlife in your garden, clever choices for your borders and herb patches can give nature a helping hand.

Rönn / Rowan (Sorbus aucuparia) - Although it is a small tree, the rowan or mountain ash has big appeal to the thrush family with its red autumn berries and is a good compact choice for small to medium gardens.

Rönn / Rowan (Sorbus aucuparia) - Although it is a small tree, the rowan or mountain ash has big appeal to the thrush family with its red autumn berries and is a good compact choice for small to medium gardens.

Körsbärsträd - good for solitary bees

Körsbärsträd - good for solitary bees

Buddleja "Butterfly Bush"

Buddleja "Butterfly Bush"

Timjan / Thyme - This herb provides excellent ground cover in gravel gardens, creating safe spaces for beetles and other invertebrates. Its nectar is also a favourite of bees.

Timjan / Thyme - This herb provides excellent ground cover in gravel gardens, creating safe spaces for beetles and other invertebrates. Its nectar is also a favourite of bees.

Apple tree - good for solitary bees

Apple tree - good for solitary bees

Syrener - Common lilac - for butterflies

Syrener - Common lilac - for butterflies


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