In the UK there is scheme called the national gardens scheme whereby people can open up their gardens for charity if they consider them worthy of a small entrance fee. Back in the spring I had the opportunity to visit this beautiful garden, it has been designed with wildlife very high on the agenda.
This bank in front of the house caught my eye the grass gently swaying in the warm spring air, I am sure it will be a wonderful haven through the summer for bees, butterflies and birds. The bank drops down to 2 pools planted with lilies and other aquatic plants, even in early spring the garden was alive with bees and butterflies. As it is relatively new I am sure in the years to come wildlife will thrive here.
shared with+Grass Tuesday
with +Margaret Tompkins