A tangle of foliage

An environment where nature can take root

A wild garden that is left to grow more-or-less at its own pace and with minimal disturbance can over time become a colourful tangle of trees and bushy shrubs intermingled with textured heaths and grasses, providing habitat and a source of food for a diverse array of garden visitors. And how lovely it feels to sit quietly in the shade of a favoured tree listening to the bees gathering pollen from the flowering lavender, or to a little robin calling from its perch deep in the plumbago hedge.