Woodland Wildlife Garden created in Fowey. The garden was designed by replicating natural woodlands, canopy plants such as; Betula utilis var. jacquemontii (Himilayan Silver Birch) are littered with foxgloves and ferns at their base. The garden contains a native hedge which includes, sloes, bird cherries and hawthorn to provide habitat for birds and a log pile to provide habitats for invertebrates and small mammals. Bare soil in the scheme has been covered with directly sown native wildflowers soon to germinate. Feature plants include: Digitalis purpurea and Prunus padus.
"Zac has a wonderful combination of enthusiasm, plant knowledge, skill and care which he has used to great effect on our garden in Fowey. He has recently planned and planted a small area of woodland with native species, and is working to improve the planting elsewhere to encourage more wildlife into the garden. He works very hard and is as excited as we are by the improvements that he has made."
Liz and Malcolm Wall