About

Trying to raise awareness & share information about ecology, biodiversity and what gardeners can do to attract more wildlife

Will work on a Dutch blog as well, please be patient🙂

11 Responses to About

  1. biffvernon says:

    Lovely blog. I added a link to it from the Louth Festival of the Bees website at http://transitiontownlouth.org.uk/bees.html
    Biff Vernon

  2. solarbeez says:

    I’ve nominated you for the One Lovely Blog Award
    http://solarbeez.com/2012/12/16/one-lovely-blog-award/

  3. WILD NOTTINGHAM says:

    Great idea for a blog, best of luck with it! Your garden seems lovely.

  4. An interesting and informative blog – I’ve linked to it on my own blog (which is about the biodiversity crisis) as it’s great to show examples of positive action like your garden. Keep the posts coming please!

  5. A really lovely blog. Thanks for sharing your photos and knowledge of plants and pollinators. Can I ask where you garden? UK or US or elsewhere?

    • Hello, thank you for the kind words. I am located in the southern part of the Netherlands. Interesting area as we tend to have more southern species here compared to the Northern part of the country.

      • Interesting – I couldn’t decide if it was a northern or southern garden – we have some of the same wildflowers but maybe an earlier flowering time. I’ve never visited the southern Netherlands but if its a
        L as beautiful as your meadow then I’ve clearly been missing out!

  6. Glad to have found you…via Twitter! I think we may be thinking similarly🙂 Looking forward to following.

  7. Peter Hunt says:

    A good read.Discovered via twitter.

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