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Butterfly Garden, Williamson Park, Lancaster

This was a 6-month project to design and plant an outdoor area which included borders for butterflies, birds and other wildlife. The plan involved flowering shrubs and perennials focusing on species rich in pollen and nectar. This project was commissioned by Lancashire County Council’s Community Design Service; Jennifer is a registered designer with this scheme.

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Plan for perennial bee and butterfly garden
Plan for perennial bee and butterfly garden
Bumblebee on hebe
Bumblebee on hebe
Edible garden plan
Edible garden plan
Buddleia attracts bees as well as butterflies
Buddleia attracts bees as well as butterflies
Hardy geraniums attract bees and hoverflies
Hardy geraniums attract bees and hoverflies
Honey bee on umbellifer
Honey bee on umbellifer
Lady's Mantle - a medicinal herb
Lady's Mantle - a medicinal herb
Nectar rich rudbeckia and nasturtiums
Nectar rich rudbeckia and nasturtiums
The daisy family attracts a wide variety of wildlife
The daisy family attracts a wide variety of wildlife
Yellow loosestrife is an excellent hardy perennial for bees
Yellow loosestrife is an excellent hardy perennial for bees

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