The two gardens were built at Hambrooks Garden Centre in Tictchfield, Fareham. A team of garden designers and landscapers worked alongside Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust to construct the gardens, meant for demonstration purposes. They have plants that are very friendly to wildlife, as well as several different features that allow wildlife to thrive in the gardens.
Both of the gardens have qualified for The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust’s friendly garden award, which strives to get local residents to make wildlife friendly changes to their homes and gardens. According to Natalie Rogers of the Trust, the award will hopefully inspire others to make “simple changes in their own gardens”.