Large shrubs provide flowers and berries for insects and birds
Flowering plants provide nectar, pollen and cover for beneficial insects and pollinators
Nest boxes help provide habitat for insect-eating birds
Native plants attract insect-eating birds
Mixture of different species of native plants provides flowering over the entire year, not just in springtime
To conserve biodiversity is to maintain and enhance the capacity of the land to sustain a variety of native species and functioning ecosystems that support farms and wild communities.