How to Share your Garden with Wildlife
How to make your garden a haven for wildlife and for people
There’s a lot you can do to improve your existing garden or to plan a new garden for wildlife. Your garden style can be formal or informal and still contribute to wildlife food and habitat.
Juliet will share tips on how to share your piece of the planet with our animal friends.
Food, habitat and safety for wildlife
Garden friends and garden foe
Planting for wildlife
Water and ponds for wildlife
Gardening for wildlife
Who is the course for?
Beginners and garden enthusiasts are welcome.
This course for anyone who would like to create space and support for wildlife in their garden.
By the end of the day you will have:
An understanding of how any style of garden (even formal) can help wildlife
A list of plants that are helpful to wildlife
A knowledge of gardening practices that are either good or bad for wildlife
A basic design for a wildlife pond
Sussex Prairie Gardens Venue
The course is held at one of the most beautiful gardens in Sussex – where you will have free entry and the opportunity to enjoy the garden as well as purchase refreshments in the tea shop.
We will be an informal group. Juliet teaches in an accessible, workshop style with illustrated ‘info-bites’ and relevant exercises for you to think about your own garden.
As well as being an award-winning garden designer, Juliet has been teaching gardening to professionals and enthusiasts for over 15 years.
Free garden entry
Early Bird Ticket £80 (for sale until 15th May)
RHS Discount 20% £72
Standard Ticket £90
Learn more and book online at www.sussexgardenschool.com
Date and Time
Thursday 25th June