Landscapes provide essential habitat for wildlife in urban environments. Pollinators, birds, beneficial insects, and wildlife need food, water, cover and space. A diverse landscape will provide the most beneficial habitat.
Wildlife Friendly Gardening Practices
A wildlife friendly garden attracts butterflies, bees and hummingbirds by grouping bright flowers. Uses a variety of plant types to provide food, cover and space for various wildlife species. Also, you will want to avoid pesticides and harmful synthetic fertilizers.
For more information, check out the Wildlife Friendly Gardening 101 guide by Daily Acts.