"{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.

Recycle overripe bananas by hanging them up in the garden. Butterflies love them.

Recycle overripe bananas by hanging them up in the garden. Butterflies love them. I always have one banana that ends up looking like this. The butterflies in my yard are in for a Treat!

Been really inspired by the advertising campaign you have done to introduce more wildlife into the garden. We recently created this wildlife wall with… - Gardening Gazette

Been really inspired by the advertising campaign you have done to introduce more wildlife into the garden. We recently created this wildlife wall with… - Gardening Gazette - Bee House Gardens

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Infographic on attracting common garden birds --- they forget the pellet gun or slingshot+acorns for squirrels, but nice info graphic

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.

Top ten garden plants for wildlife

Blackbird on a plantpot list of thing to plant for wildlife garden.

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!

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.

Ceramic Hedgehog House - Manufactum http://www.manufactum.co.uk/ceramic-hedgehog-house-p1443905/

Ceramic Hedgehog House - Would make a great toad house too.

Build a Bug Mansion: This bug mansion is based on one exhibited by Cheshire Wildlife Trust at RHS Tatton Park Flower Show in 2005. It caught people’s imagination and you may like to try to emulate it. Alternatively, if you would like something smaller, choose one of the ‘fillings’ for the pallets and make that as a standalone home.

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

Click here to learn how to make a puddling station for butterflies. http://butterfly-lady.com/butterfly-puddling/

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)


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