The humble urban backyard can help save the planet says RHS report


The good news, from a report commissioned by the Royal Horticultural Society, says that there
are four key areas in which gardens make a difference to our environment. The
bad news is that I now have even less excuse for not spending more time working
in the garden:

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/house-and-home/gardening/dig-for-victory-how-your-garden-can-help-beat-climate-change-2288156.html

Adding a pond, as well as additional trees and bushes, has increased the resident and visiting wildlife population in our garden. Amongst those visiting are dragonfly of various sizes and colours:

 

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Filed under Climate Change, Environment & science, Garden Pond, Gardening, Green, Vienna Life, Wildlife

One response to “The humble urban backyard can help save the planet says RHS report

  1. Thanks for post. Nice to see such good ideas.

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