The Urban Pollinator Garden at RHS Hampton Court 2019

Fusing design, function and wildlife-friendly values, this garden offers a place for the owners to relax, connect with nature, and surround themselves with pollinators, without the pressure of keeping bees themselves. Contemporary honeycomb shapes will feature in the sculptural habitat wall running the length of the garden, packed with twigs and branches for solitary bees, and hexagonal paving will boast bee-printed tiles to identify entrances to underground bumblebee nests. The planting will also encourage pollinators, specifically bees, to thrive, which in turn helps to support a range of wildlife and promote biodiversity.

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