Wildlife gardening factsheets & inspiration

Wildlife garden at Lower Smite Farm (c) Paul LaneWildlife garden at Lower Smite Farm (c) Paul Lane

Find out how to sow a wildflower meadow, plant a tub that will help bees or make a pond in a pot with our factsheets.

Blue tit illustrationIf you want to enjoy the chirrup of birdsong, the red faces of goldfinch as they land to pick the seeds from a strategically sown teasel or the beauty of a butterfly border, the ideas below will provide you with a fantastic range of practical advice.

You'll be amazed at the number of ways that you can make space for wild plants and animals in your garden, terrace or window ledge. 

Download our wildlife gardening factsheets below to get you started.

Want to know more about what you can spot in your garden?  Then why not download some of our garden wildlife spotting sheets?


FilenameFile size
bat_boxes.pdf165.54 KB
bird_boxes.pdf147.99 KB
butterfly_gardening.pdf267.1 KB
creature_features.pdf164.9 KB
cunning_containers.pdf194.22 KB
feeding_garden_birds.pdf244.05 KB
furry_furniture.pdf231.93 KB
garden_bumblebees.pdf194.68 KB
hedges_for_wildlife.pdf280.87 KB
making_compost.pdf187.53 KB
organic_gardening.pdf301.28 KB
pest_or_guest.pdf180.51 KB
snail_slug_control.pdf243.18 KB
trees_and_shade_plants.pdf119.52 KB
wildflower_meadow.pdf185.17 KB
wildlife_pond_pack.pdf333.82 KB