A successful garden will contribute significantly to our well-being and quality of life. It may play host to a broad range of flora and fauna enhancing local biodiversity and collectively benefiting the wider world environment by absorbing CO2. Here are just a few examples from gardens on the Isle of Wight and elsewhere.
A Jersey Tiger butterfly feeds on a pond side plant
Fish fry in a healthy pond
A pair of wild ducks
A Common Toad
Tim Brayford Landscapes were established in 1980 and we are British Association of Landscape Industries National Award Winners for Garden Design & Construction. For more photos, advice & stories about gardening please visit our website email firstname.lastname@example.org phone 07890 869918