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Using wire hanging baskets create a 'bug ball topiary tree' by wildlife gadgetman -- help attract beneficial insects.

"{Here is another image of a unique Gabion Wall. The wire cages are filled with recycled terracotta pots and was featured in The Real Rubbish Garden by Claire Whitehouse at The 2005 Chelsea Flower Show in London. Image by Mark Bolton/Corbis. This is an example of functional art that is also repurposing items that would otherwise be in a landfill."

Gabion walls of recycled terracotta pots is featured in The Real Rubbish Garden by Claire Whitehouse, an environmentally friendly garden with recycled household materials, at The Chelsea Flower Show 2005 in London.

Backyard nature habitat - LOVE this.

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

Mother of all mason bee houses

BC Almanac

I love this huge native solitary bee hotel/ Maison des Insectes/ Casa de Insectos

squaredoor:  image: Where to grow your insect army, a solitary bee house photographed by itsjustanalias  guardian 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.

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❤️

Urban Insect Hotel  Mathematically-inspired bug houses designed to promote urban biodiversity

Urban Insect Hotel

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