There are many ways to support native wildlife in your own garden, even if you only have a small space. With so many species in decline, it's even more important to help populations.
Take a look at our guides for some inspiration and to find out more about growing wildflowers, companion planting, how to encourage natural pest control and growing native and non-native wildflowers.
Many of our native species of insects are in decline. Find out how you can help them.
Sowing wildflower seeds supports a wide range of native insects and animals.
Creating a haven for wildlife means you're more likely to have a team of natural pest control experts on your side!
Companion planting can be an organic way to protect your crops from pests and it can help to improve pollination of crops.
Using a mixture of native and non-native plants gives you greater flexibility in your garden design and attracts lots of garden wildlife!