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Increase the odds of having a special guest in your garden!


Hedgehogs are very much a national treasure, and as the
skies are getting darker and the weather getting chillier, lots of us are
checking underneath absolutely everything within our gardens to see if we’re
lucky, and whether a little hedgehog has decided to spend the winter within.


Absolutely and entirely adorable, these little creatures
also promote a healthy garden by eating pests including slugs and snails, as
well as bothersome beetles and all kinds of garden pests – all without harming
anything desirable within. It’s well known throughout our media that these lovely
little creatures are in serious trouble. Did you know that hedgehogs are
disappearing from the countryside as fast as tigers are disappearing worldwide?
In the past 10 years, hedgehog numbers have fallen by 30% and there are less
than a million left within the UK.


This time of year is perfect for hedgehogs – with lots of
leaves falling from the trees, which allows them cover for the winter season.
However – a cluttered garden can lead to confusion for hedgehogs, and in this
time of year, why not clear unwanted things from summer away to allow them free
roam of your outdoor space?


We have a variety of fantastic, lifetime guaranteed storage
solutions for your garden, or if you’re planning on doing some work to utilise
the storage within your greenhouse to grand effect, we offer a variety of staging
for greenhouses
as well as heavy duty
greenhouse staging
which will enable you to make the most of your garden and
provide some much needed shelter toward these beautiful little animals.


Log and leaf piles, as well as wilderness areas and purpose
built hedgehog homes will increase your chances of having a special little
visitor in order to brighten your days throughout the darker weather. Plus, you
have the added draw of young in the spring ensuring that your garden stays pest
free!

Created On  14 Oct 2016 17:07  -  Permalink

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