Welcome more wildlife into your garden with Vivara’s plants with purpose borders

Wildlife specialist, Vivara, has launched a range of new wildlife borders as part of its plants with purpose campaign, designed to help keen gardeners give a corner of their green space back to wildlife.   

Launching this spring, each pack provides everything nature enthusiasts need to create a haven for birds, butterflies, bees and insects, making it perfect for experienced gardeners who want to inviteVivara plants with purpose for butterfly's more wildlife into their outdoor area.

Designed to fill a one metre by three metre space, the wildlife borders contain a handpicked array of plants which are beneficial and nutritional to wildlife, as well as a selection of feeders and shelters to help promote biodiversity on your doorstep.

With four bundles available, including the Butterfly Garden, the Bee Friendly Garden, and the Bird Friendly Garden, each is designed to support different types of native wildlife, while bringing gardens to life with the buzz of nature and beautiful plants.

Vivara plants with purpose butterflyThe Butterfly Garden includes a Butterfly & Bee Box, a limited-edition Butterfly House, and a range of butterfly-friendly plants including Black-Eyed Susan, Lavender Hidcote, White Coneflower, Garden Catmint, Iron Hard ‘Lollipop’ and White Dwarf Buddleja.

For bee lovers, there are two options available; the Bee Friendly Garden, with two Bee Hotel Pantelleria’s, a Bee Hotel Ustica, and a variety of plants including White Coneflower, East Friesland, Pink Lavender, Lesser Dalamint, Soapwart, and Ladys Mantle, and the Bee Rose Garden, which comes with a Bee Hotel Pantelleria, a Tabarca Insect Hotel, and four varieties of Bee Perfect Roses in pink, yellow, white and red.

Vivara - butterfly on a plantVivara, which provides a range of ideas and solutions to help create more habitats and food for all kinds of creatures, has launched the wildlife gardens as part of its mission to bring wildlife back into all kinds of environments, from large green spaces to small urban areas.

Sarah Hancocks, Marketing Projects Manager for Vivara, commented: “We are so excited to launch our range of wildlife gardens this spring. We’re incredibly passionate about nature, and believe that all types of wildlife, from birds and butterflies to bees and bugs, play a vital part in our ecosystem. That’s why we’re on a mission to help give parts of Britain back to nature and help to restore the balance of biodiversity in back gardens across the country.

For more information, visit www.vivara.co.uk.