wildlife gardening – Page 7 – London Tree Surgeons: Tree surgery Tree cutting Tree care and Garden Services
stag beetle

Little things – part of the big picture

Amazing miniature ‘beetle cottages’ have had their first success! This story and more from Buglife ‘Extinct’ insect rediscovered in Edinburgh ‎18 ‎August ‎2015, ‏‎09:41:02 | vanessa.amaral-rogers The Bordered brown lacewing (Megalomus hirtus) has been rediscovered on Arthurs Seat, Edinburgh after having not been seen for over 30 years, and feared to be extinct in the UK. The […]

hazardous_mulberry_tree_internal_decay_lg

Free wood for wildlife habitats.

LondonTreeSurgeons have free dead-wood ideal for wildlife habitats and garden features available over the next few weeks. North west London. contact us for details.   http://londontreesurgeons.com/save-money-and-help-biodiversity-dead-wood-habitats/ Follow us on social media for the latest free wood, wood-chip and logs as it becomes available in your area. DM us and let us know what area you are […]

gardening tips

Gardening tips for late july

Gardening tips for late July. What to do in the garden this week: Our tips for the week ahead: late July is the time to pick runner-beans and put out water for pollinators. What to do in the garden this week: Our tips for the week ahead: late July is the time to pick runnerbeans […]

new-robin

Garden bird nesting boxes – wildlife gardening – LondonTreeSurgeons

Garden bird nesting boxes – LondonTreeSurgeons Standard Box A box with a small circular hole cut in the front and usually placed at about 1.5 m (5 feet) or higher.     The size of the hole determines which bird is most likely to take up residence, for example: 25 mm for Blue Tits 28 mm […]