A fortnightly podcast on how to garden for wildlife right at home with top-tips, plant ideas and even a book club! Like the page to let us know what you've been up to for wildlife in your own garden.
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In a jam packed episode we ask: Is spring coming earlier? We then take a closer look at earthworms with Senior Curator of Annelids at the Natural History Museum, Dr Emma Sherlock. Finishing the episode, a favourite grass, Molinia caerulea or Purple M... more
Just a quick update on where we have been and what is coming up on the podcast! more
We've made it! One year of the podcast and 24 episodes later, we have a chat about our own way into gardening and test ourselves on what we've learned so far. Then we look at our most ancient native tree, the Yew. more
Love this podcast, I hope it’ll be back soon!
Top podcast, best on Wildlife Gardening and great hosts
I’ve tuned into a few podcasts now and have to say I’ve learned loads of tips and hints for my own nature garden and enjoy the chemistry between ben and Ellie which make the listening really easy.
I’m new to the show and absolutely love it, the presenters are so fresh and happy and uplifting, it’s such a great listen when I’m on my dog walks, I’ve had a wildlife allotment for years and now to learn so much more is great, can’t wait for the next episode and in the meantime I’m going to listen back on all the previous episodes, keep up the good work guys, LOVE IT
Writing from northern Spain. I’ve recently found this podcast and it’s been great so far. Charming, full of gardening for wildlife tips backed by scientific information. Keep it going!
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