Winter is one of my favorite seasons in the garden. Thegarden has been put to bed and about all I can do is sit back and enjoy my garden. I spend a lot of time during the winter observing my garden and reflecting on what worked and what didn’t.
Winter is for planning and making some resolutions for what you’re going to do next season in your habitat garden.
Creating a wildlife garden is a process, it’s not one specific event. And it’s never too late to begin the journey. While it’s easy to get overwhelmed when you’re just starting out, it’s important to remember to just take one step at a time. Perhaps start by spending some time this winter choosing the best plants for your wildlife garden.For my garden, I’ve set some specific goals to continue creating wildlife habitat:-