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Rock Garden

Rock Garden
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Natural stone not only looks great in the garden, but it provides a diversity of habitats for wildlife.

It’s also low maintenance and attracts specialized insects such as mason bees.

chapelwoodBirdhouse

 Buy it on Amazon here: Chapelwood Multi Nesting Box

Shady locations draw stone-loving beetle larvae and amphibians, while stone piles in sunny spots entice other species. Rock piles beside water provide habitat for amphibians and insects.

UrbanBee 
 Buy it on Amazon here: Wildlife World Urban Solitary Bee Nester

Choose stones in a range of sizes and shapes, remembering that the gaps in between are more important than the stones themselves!

batBox

 Buy it on Amazon here: Verdemax 5743 9 x 23 x 33 cm Bat Box

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