Many wild species – such as bees, butterflies, hedgehogs and amphibians – are suffering huge declines, due to a combination of habitat loss, pesticides and climate change. So, the more wildlife gardening we do, the more we can help to limit or even reverse, these declines.
Associate Editor, David Hurrion teams up with wildlife expert and author, Kate Bradbury in this two-part online Masterclass series, plus Q&A to teach you simple ways to encourage wildlife into your garden and make your garden more environmentally-friendly by becoming a greener gardener.
Part 2 - Gardening for wildlife in summer and autumn
Part 1 - Gardening for wildlife in spring
You can save 15% when booking the two-part series here: https://bit.ly/GW-Wildlife-Series-15PC-2 Subscribers save 25% on the series - please visit the Subscriber Club discounts page for your unique code.
All registrants will be able to download a set of course notes and will also be sent a link to view a recording of the webinar shortly after it has ended.
How to grow your more of your own plants that are beneficial to wildlife and help to make gardening more sustainable
Easy tips on tackling weeds to reduce soil disturbance and carbon release, as well as reducing plant pests and diseases, but maintaining a natural wildlife balance in your soil
Why ponds are the perfect source of water for garden wildlife, and how to water wisely to reduce environmental impacts of mains water use
Why making the right plant choices for summer is good for the environment and wildlife
How encouraging a wide diversity of garden wildlife can create a self-regulating, natural way to control pests without chemicals
Why birds, mammals and amphibians are your biggest ally in damage limitation and how to make space for them on your plot
Pruning hacks and garden techniques that will reduce plant diseases, help stop water stress on plants and lessen impacts on your garden wildlife
Why home composting is essential to maintaining healthy soil, healthy wildlife and healthy plants
The best plants for pollinators and beneficial insects
Ways to make garden bird feeding more natural and sustainable, as well as helping to combat ‘bird food miles’
David has been gardening for more than 50 years, he has designed, built and planted many show gardens, including at the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show. His extensive knowledge and practical experience is based on thorough botanical and...
Kate Bradbury is an award-winning author and journalist, specialising in wildlife gardening. She edits the wildlife pages of BBC Gardeners' World Magazine, writes for The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Garden (RHS), and BBC Wildlife and Countryfile...