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Wild About Gardens is a joint project of and . For 2019 we're wild about ponds! 🐸💧
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Wild About Gardens Feb 12
Exciting! Who else has signs of in the garden?
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The RHS Feb 4
February checklist ✅ To avoid disturbing creatures that may be sheltering in compost heaps, delay turning compost until mid-spring.
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Wild About Gardens Jan 31
New study shows that access to space helps make people care for environment & take action to help it.
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RHS in the Community Jan 30
New study shows that access to space helps make people care for environment & take action to help it. Good news for the many groups hard at work getting people out & into nature!
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Wild About Gardens Jan 29
They're also a welcome burst of early nectar for emerging & other pollinators :)
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Rob Stephens Jan 19
The are back in town! 3 in the pond so far this evening. You can also see one of the overwintering newtlets in the first pic.
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Wild About Gardens Jan 27
Replying to @hedgehoghighway
Hello, glad you like them :), might you email wildaboutgardens@rhs.org.uk and let us know how many and when you would ideally like them? thank you
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RHS in the Community Jan 27
Could you be a trained-up slug spotter? training & support is on offer for 60 volunteers to help understand these slippery creatures
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The Wildlife Trusts Jan 20
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The Wildlife Trusts Dec 12
Exciting news!! We are introducing , a nature challenge to do one wild thing a day for the 12 days of Christmas! Sign up and find ideas and inspiration here 👉 ❄️🎄🦌🐦🦆🦉❄️
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Som Wildlife Trust Nov 27
On chilly mornings, seed heads such as teasel look beautiful in the frost. It’s worth keeping seed heads standing in your garden in winter, not only for their attractiveness, but for birds looking for food & insects that hide inside through the winter!
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Wild About Gardens Nov 27
This Winter another 2,000 mixed UK-grown woodland trees including pine, oak, birch and hazel, will be added to the woodland. This brings the total number of trees planted over the last 21 years to apprx 70,000. Who else will be planting trees this
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Wild About Gardens Nov 25
Mahonia is also a great late nectar source for ! :)
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Wild About Gardens Nov 21
Ooh, exciting! Who else has had some early winter visitors?
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The RHS Nov 19
Gardens are havens for wildlife, providing food, shelter and breeding sites. We're looking at how we can make gardens even more wildlife friendly. Find out how to make the most of your plot, including getting involved in our  project:
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Som Wildlife Trust Nov 20
Simple, free actions can make a real difference to wildlife. On this late November day, why not make an insect home by simply piling up some logs? Find out more here:
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The Wildlife Trusts Nov 14
Only have a small garden and short on time? Add a mini pond to your patch! It can be as easy as re-purposing an old (water-tight) pot! 💦🐸😀 >>>
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The Wildlife Trusts Nov 15
We are launching a nature reserves photography competition! We know you all love taking gorgeous photos - and we want to see them! 📷 We are looking for photos of places and landscapes from anytime of year taken at Wildlife Trust nature reserves 💚🌳>>
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Wild About Gardens Nov 15
Want to see your verges put to work for wildlife? Take a look at the guide to walking on the wild side 🐝🐞🧐
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Wild About Gardens Nov 13
Plant some -friendly bulbs this ready to bring in the visitors in spring!
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