A range of food and shelter sources for pollinators and other invertebrates in your area

LOG PILES

Log piles provide shelter and food for many invertebrates, and create essential habitat for fungi and other soil bacteria that in turn support your roof’s plant communities

SHELTER STONES

Shelter stones provide sanctuary for invertebrates to feed and over-winter, and create damper microhabitat by offering protection against wind and sun

SLEEPERS AND TREE ROUNDS

Old railway sleepers, chopped down and bored with holes of different sizes create perfecting nesting sites for bees and other pollinators, as well as feeding the mycelium communities below ground.

WATER FEATURES

Water features attract invertebrates which in turn brings birds. Areas of open ground and river sand provide nesting sites for solitary bees and basking places for butterflies.