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About this website
Wildlife-friendly gardens at
  Hampton Court
• Plants for Bugs - second paper
  published
• Rewild my Street  National Park 
  City winner 
Read the blogs
Gardens are good for wildlife, for people and for society.
We aim to inspire and encourage everyone to garden with wildlife in mind
Gardens are good for wildlife, for people and for society. We aim to inspire and encourage everyone to garden with wildlife in mind
What we want it to do and how it will develop
What we want it to do and how it will develop
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Look at our most recent newsletter and the newsletter archive
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16th August
Pages on garden ponds added

16th August
Pages on garden ponds added

What's coming up
Wildlife Gardener's Day at the London Wetland Centre  Spring 2018.  Details available later
What's coming up

Wildlife Gardener's Day at the London Wetland Centre  Spring 2018.  Details available later