Wildlife Gardens for You, The Birds & The Bees


Spend less time with the lawn mower and leaf blower, let your garden find its wildside. Relax with bird song and the buzzing of bees all summer.


Gardens made for nature

Us beavers, know a thing or two about wild spaces. We are experts at making sure that everything is in balance.

Wildlife gardens don’t have to take up your entire outdoor space. It could be a small patch down the bottom of the garden, a wildlife pond or even turning the edges of your lawn into no-mow wildlife strips, it all helps!

If you want to go the whole hog and turn your garden into a wildlife friendly place to be; go for it.

We can help you design and plant a garden that will be great for you and help take a little bit of pressure off our native birds and pollinators.


1. Get in Touch

Reach out by phone or WhatsApp and talk to our team about your garden and your love of widlife.

2. Garden Visit

We will schedule a site-visit to go through your garden with you, and advise you on the best ways to make it wildlife friendly.

3. Let's Get Wild!

Your scheduled wildlife garden creation starts on the date agreed. You will receive a text two days before the start of your garden service!


How frequently should I schedule garden care services?

We recommend scheduling regular Dublin garden care services on a bi-weekly or monthly basis, depending on the specific needs of your garden. This ensures consistent maintenance and keeps your outdoor space in optimal condition throughout the year.

Can I customise the services included in a regular garden care package?

Absolutely! Our regular garden care packages are flexible, allowing you to customise services based on your preferences and the unique requirements of your garden. Whether it’s lawn mowing, hedge trimming, or other specific tasks, we tailor our services to meet your needs.

Are your payment options easy and hassle free?

Yes! We try to make payment to us seamlessly easy.

Our preferred method would be to set you up on a hassle free direct debit.

Payment can also be made by card using our SumUp terminal, or we can give you details for a BACS transfer.

What happens if I need to reschedule a service appointment?

 Life can be unpredictable, and we understand that plans may change. If you need to reschedule a service appointment, please contact us ideally at least 24 hours in advance, and we’ll be happy to find a convenient alternative time for your garden care.

Are your garden care products and practices environmentally friendly?

 Yes, we prioritise environmentally friendly practices and use eco-friendly products whenever possible and 90 percent of our equipment is battery powered. Our commitment to sustainable gardening ensures that your outdoor space not only looks beautiful but also contributes positively to the environment.

Is there a long-term contract for regular garden care services?

No, there is no long-term contract required for our regular garden care services. We believe in earning your satisfaction with each visit. You have the flexibility to continue or modify your service plan based on your evolving needs, without being tied to a long-term commitment.

Feel free to adjust these questions and answers based on the specific details of your garden care service and the concerns your customers may have.


We all love to sit and enjoy our very own green bit of Dublin, Naas,Kildare and beyond. The problem is that many modern gardens are both sterile and lifeless, they just have no soul.

Wildlife gardening can help beat the modern trend for hard lifeless gardens. and it could even be beneficial to your health. As humans (and beavers) we evolved to be close to our natural world.

Living among the stark and often hard surfaces of the modern world just do not satisfy this need and can lead to mental health problems. Simply being surrounded by the colour green and hearing bird song can improve your mental health and relieve stress.

You can read about a stress relief study here.

Now that you know about some of the benefits of wildlife gardening, take a look at the four simple tips below that can get you started in turning your garden into a mini nature reserve.


Selecting the appropriate plants for your wildlife garden serves as a great foundation for success. Opt for a diverse array of plants abundant in nectar and pollen, ensuring a continuous supply throughout the seasons. This guarantees a vibrant splash of colour all year while maintaining a perpetual food source for bees, butterflies, hoverflies, and moths.

Prioritise species that offer single, open blooms over heavily hybridized cultivars, which tend to be sterile and possess multiple petals. We prefer to choose varieties like dahlias, calendula, rudbeckia, cosmos, and numerous others for a thriving habitat.


Introducing bird feeders into your outdoor space is a simple yet rewarding way to attract wildlife. You can easily acquire nut and seed feeders affordably from local pet stores, and fill them with nourishing treats and seeds

It’s advisable to position a water source in close proximity to your feeders, ensuring birds have access to hydration. Maintaining cleanliness for both feeders and birdbaths is crucial. In Ireland, there’s a current concern regarding diseases like Trichomoniasis, which can easily spread among bird populations.


While flowers of various hues entice pollinators, it appears that purple holds a special allure for bees. Research conducted by several scientists suggests that bumblebees exhibit an innate preference for this colour, providing them with an advantageous start in life. Delve into the intriguing findings of this study here. https://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2007/06/25/1961099.htm

To enhance pollinator activity in your garden, incorporate a touch of purple. Consider planting some of our favourites such as lavender, salvias, nepeta, and buddleja (butterfly bush) to witness your garden buzzing with vibrant life.


As wildlife gardeners, we aim to attract beneficial insects to aid in pest control efforts. Ladybirds, hoverflies, lacewings, parasitic wasps, centipedes, and spiders are all valuable allies in the fight against unwanted guests that threaten our flowers and vegetables.

One great way of attracting more of these helpful critters, is to place a bug hotel in your garden. You can buy ready made hotels or you can make your own. Gather items such as bark, straw, pine cones, bamboo, twigs, cardboard tubes, logs, and leaves to create a welcoming habitat for beneficial insects. Follow one of the many diy guides that you’ll find on the internet.

Does Your Garden Seem A Little Bit Lifeless?

A Wildlife Garden In The City

Your garden doesn't have to be empty, and wildlife garden creation doesn't have to be hard. Invite in the little critters and  enjoy stress free relaxation as if you were in your own private meadow in the countryside.