I’m not sure about you but I’m itching to get out planting and to make my admittedly small city garden more wildlife friendly. Of course there are wonderful things I could do if I had a lot of time, if I had a lot of land… but I have neither and want to make the best of what I have. Continue reading “How to create a wildlife friendly garden”
When I was a child we often took in small hedgehogs that still weren’t in hibernation at this time of the year. I have a distinct memory of one hedgehog running around in the living room under the Christmas tree on Christmas Day, he had never gone into hibernation.
So I’ve done it. My experiment of the week to make the world or my community a slightly better place. I’ve gone out into the park close-by, a shopping bag to hide a small garden trowel. I halfway expected people to stop me, to question what I was doing. All the evening time dog walkers and joggers. But nothing happened as I kneeled down at the far side of the park, there where the evening sun lingers the longest and shines against the rough stone wall.