Wild Your Garden

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Published by DK

By Jim and Joel Ashton

RRP: £14.99

"Learn how to turn your outdoor space into a haven for wildlife with easy-to-follow projects from The Butterfly Brothers"

Gardens Illustrated

"This new book by Jim and Joel Ashton (The Butterfly Brothers) shows how to unlock the potential in your garden and boost local biodiversity. From transforming a paved area into a lush oasis to support native species to turning a lawn into a nectar-rich mini meadow, the brothers guide you every step of the way."

Woman's Weekly

"Loaded with ways to promote biodiversity, the hardback will help you boost the fauna in your outdoor space, whether it's a palatial plot or a bijou balcony. balcony. From digging your own pond to building an insect hotel, the brothers will show you how to create a lush oasis for nature, and reduce your carbon footprint too."

Your Home

"Re-wilding the garden is a real buzz topic among gardeners, and this latest book by 'Butterfly Brothers' Jim and Joel Ashton goes into great depth about how to do it."

Garden Answers

About Wild Your Garden

"It's up to every single one of us to do our bit for wildlife, however small our gardens, and The Butterfly Brothers know just how that can be achieved." Alan Titchmarsh

Join the rewilding movement and share your outdoor space with nature.

We all have the potential to make the world a little greener. Wild Your Garden, written by Jim and Joel Ashton (aka "The Butterfly Brothers"), shows you how to create a garden that can help boost local biodiversity.

Transform a paved-over yard into a lush oasis, create refuges to welcome and support native species, or turn a high-maintenance lawn into a nectar-rich mini-meadow to attract bees and butterflies.

You don't need specialist knowledge or acres of land. If you have any outdoor space, you can make a difference to local wildlife, and reduce your carbon footprint, too.

"Wildlife gardening is one of the most important things you can do as an individual for increasing biodiversity and mitigating the effects of climate change. From digging a pond to planting a native hedge, the Butterfly Brothers can help you every step of the way." Kate Bradbury