We LOVE wildflowers here on the Watches! πŸŒΌπŸŒ±πŸ’š ✨ Wildflower meadows are one of our most diverse habitats in the UK. Rich in biodiversity they support an array of species. Pollinators such as bees, butterflies and moths lay their eggs and feed on the flowers. Insects make their homes in amongst the undergrowth providing food for birds. Frogs and toads love to shelter in the long grass and mammals thrive due to the abundance of food and nesting material! ✨ All in all they are FANTASTIC for our wildlife! And if you have space, why not create a little wildflower meadow in your garden? It doesn’t matter how big or small as every little helps! ✨ Tonight at 9pm on @bbctwo Gardeners World will be running a special feature all about these spectacular habitats! So make sure you tune in! 🌼🌱 ✨ And if you still need to take part in #Gardenwatch our data collect is still open until the end of July! So make sure you get out and take part this weekend! Link in bioβ˜οΈπŸ’š ✨ πŸ“Έ Eric Niven via Flickr @bbcspringwatch bbcspringwatch BBC Springwatch

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  • We LOVE wildflowers here on the Watches! πŸŒΌπŸŒ±πŸ’š ✨ Wildflower meadows are one of our most diverse habitats in the UK. Rich in biodiversity they support an array of species. Pollinators such as bees, butterflies and moths lay their eggs and feed on the flowers. Insects make their homes in amongst the undergrowth providing food for birds. Frogs and toads love to shelter in the long grass and mammals thrive due to the abundance of food and nesting material! ✨ All in all they are FANTASTIC for our wildlife! And if you have space, why not create a little wildflower meadow in your garden? It doesn’t matter how big or small as every little helps! ✨ Tonight at 9pm on @bbctwo Gardeners World will be running a special feature all about these spectacular habitats! So make sure you tune in! 🌼🌱 ✨ And if you still need to take part in #Gardenwatch our data collect is still open until the end of July! So make sure you get out and take part this weekend! Link in bioβ˜οΈπŸ’š ✨ πŸ“Έ Eric Niven via Flickr

    We LOVE wildflowers here on the Watches! πŸŒΌπŸŒ±πŸ’š
    ✨
    Wildflower meadows are one of our most diverse habitats in the UK. Rich in biodiversity they support an array of species. Pollinators such as bees, butterflies and moths lay their eggs and feed on the flowers. Insects make their homes in amongst the undergrowth providing food for birds. Frogs and toads love to shelter in the long grass and mammals thrive due to the abundance of food and nesting material!
    ✨
    All in all they are FANTASTIC for our wildlife! And if you have space, why not create a little wildflower meadow in your garden? It doesn’t matter how big or small as every little helps! ✨
    Tonight at 9pm on @bbctwo Gardeners World will be running a special feature all about these spectacular habitats! So make sure you tune in! 🌼🌱
    ✨
    And if you still need to take part in #Gardenwatch our data collect is still open until the end of July! So make sure you get out and take part this weekend! Link in bioβ˜οΈπŸ’š
    ✨
    πŸ“Έ Eric Niven via Flickr

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pinkwitch72 - Nicki 1 week ago

In the local groups.im sick of seeing people moaning about the long grass everywhere without a single consideration for what good it is doing for our wildlife. They are only bothered about what it looks like and how the long grass is rubbish for the kids and for dogs **rolls eyes loudly**

charlie.malarky - Charlie 6 days ago

I want to grow a wild flower meadow when I move house in a few weeks, any advice on getting one started?

nualagmama - Nuala Stroud 6 days ago

Planted a wildflower garden this year . Instant success on a garden that was impossible to grow anything

christine.connolly - Chrissy Connolly 6 days ago

Moved recently and wasn't sure what to do with the garden, so used 2 boxes of wild flower seeds. It's amazing. We can now have coffee outside and listen to the bees 😁

noonoobaggins - Noonoo Baggins 5 days ago

Glorious, nice to see more of them appearing. I watched the programs but I feel the BBC seem to have forgotten that Chris Baines was preaching this what 40 years ago. Sure it was the BBC that filmed his series.

petdon77 - Petrificous 5 days ago

Don’t have much room in my garden but I have made a little bee bed! Hoping they do well.

fable_illustration - Emma Skinner 4 days ago

I've noticed a few front gardens nearby have turned their spaces over to wildflowers. It looks so much more beautiful than a bit of grass... less upkeep too πŸ™ŒπŸžπŸπŸ¦‹πŸ•·πŸŒΌπŸŒ±