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About the series

Nick Knowles, garden designer Chris Beardshaw and wildlife specialist Ellie Harrison, give urban gardens across Britain a reverse makeover. By ripping up concrete patios, introducing luscious planting and completely re-designing gardens, they try to encourage some of the nation's most endangered animals into the city. Find out more about the Wild About Your Garden presenters and loads more details about the series.

Get Wild About Your Garden pocketguide

Don't know where to start?

Start making your garden more wildlife friendly with this downloadable pocket guide.

Chris Beardshaw

Chris Beardshaw's Gardening for Wildlife

The master garden designer's top ten tips to help bring wildlife into your garden.

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Featured gardens

Get more ideas about how you can be wildlife friendly with our videos and downloads.

Gardening without a garden on Breathing Places

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Plant a window box

A great source of food for insects, native flowers will also help bee populations.

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Get baking for birds

Help birds through times of natural food shortage, and invite them into your garden.

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Volunteer for wildlife

If you don't have a garden but do have some spare time, why not lend a hand?

More on helping wildlife

do one thing

Do One Thing for nature with Breathing Places.

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BBC Gardening's guide to gardening for wildlife.

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Garden designing for wildlife with BBC Gardening.

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Find out how the BBC can support your local school.

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Register for the RSPB's Homes for Wildlife campaign

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Natural England's guide to gardening for wildlife.

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