Posts Tagged ‘bird friendly plants’

Planting trees and hedging with berries: A boost for birds, animals and insects

If you’ve spotted hedgerows and trees festooned with berries, it’s a clear sign that we’re embracing Autumn.  Hedges, trees, shrubs and birds with a penchant for a berry have mutual dependence on each other for survival – the one to send its seeds far and wide, the other to feed itself and family throughout the […]

Signs of Spring: How your woodlands and hedgerows welcome the new season

The clocks have gone forward so it must be spring, right? Fields are full of lambs, a most welcome sign and a host of golden daffodils have burst into our gardens and verges, making a spring display that would inspire Wordsworth for evermore.  But how do our woodlands and hedgerows celebrate spring?