What to do in the garden this week: Our tips for the week ahead: late July is the time to pick runnerbeans and... http://t.co/f4ZIUWHezc— Garden Organics (@GardenOrganics) July 25, 2015
Tag Archives: wildlife gardening
Wildlife gardening. Wildlife habitats or homes for nature. Nesting boxes and ponds, deadwood piles and insect and bug hotels. Hedgehog highways and trees and plants for pollinators.
- 25 mm for Blue Tits
- 28 mm for Great Tits
- 32 mm for House Sparrows
- 45 mm for Starlings
- Open Box The open box is like the standard box except that most of the front is missing. These boxes usually attract Robins, Pied Wagtails, and Redstarts. Usually placed at about 1.5 m (5 feet) or higher. [gallery ids="1607,1608,1609,1610"]