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About Us
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We created My Wild Garden to help you build and support a wildlife garden of your own.

We love wildlife and helping people bring amazing plants, habitats, and animals into their gardens and outdoor spaces.


We work with you to build habitats that support wildlife the whole year round, and that connect your garden into the local ecosystem by considering the wider environment, local native species, the corridors that connect these, and how you’d like to use your garden.

Our approach helps create a garden that you love, that’s supportive of local wildlife and is as easy to maintain as you’d like it to be. Check out our habitat page to see these in action.

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The My Wild Garden team have been good friends and working together for more than a decade with backgrounds in conservation and sustainability.


We’ve had really varied working lives and this range of experience informs what we do and helps make our work and your garden amazing.


We love wildlife and the benefits it can bring to you and your garden.



Above all, we work to help create a beautiful garden for you.


We are not pushy sales people, we don’t use confusing terms and we understand that people want different levels of interaction when they have work being done.


We love it when we can use something already in your garden and give it a new lease of life, and we always pass that saving back to you.

We understand that gardens are there to be enjoyed by the people who use them. There are a variety of options and themes on our website, these can be starting points or exact plans - we are completely flexible to suit you. 


After we have created a place for you and nature in your garden, we can give you all the information you need to maintain and sustain it for the future, and we are happy to maintain it if you prefer.

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