Biodiversity it’s simplest form it means ‘gardening with the intention of increasing native biodiversity’ and in its scientific form it means ‘Variety of Life’. This means shaping and considering nurturing your garden in a way that creates a desirable habitat for plants, animals, fungi, single celled creatures and bacteria, which are native to your area.
Scientists estimate that 150-200 species of plant, insect, bird and mammal become extinct every 24 hours.
This is the section of the website that can help and support you making your garden greener and encouraging biodiversity in plants and creatures in your own space. It's easy to do and can make a big impact.