Beautiful Wildlife Gardens Around the World

Julia Heliconian in Veracruz Mexico

Imagine going on a (virtual) tour of some amazing wildlife gardens from around the world. I’d be thrilled to see the birds, butterflies, and other wildlife that are attracted to the native plants of far away places that I’ve only been able to imagine before.

I’d have so many questions for a wildlife gardener from a far away place:

What butterflies are attracted to the host plants in your garden?

Which birds share your wildlife garden with you?

What obstacles do you face in planning your wildlife garden?

Do you have difficulty locating the native plants of your area for purchase?

Wildlife gardeners develop such a deep connection to their land and how it can support the wildlife of their area, I just know that we’d have so much in common. I would love to celebrate our shared connection to the nature around us, our love for wildlife, our passion for creating welcoming habitat, and our devotion to healing the earth.

I am so pleased to announce that we’re going to begin our virtual garden tour this coming Saturday with a special guest post by Diana Studer, who writes the popular blog Elephant’s Eye, and is based in South Africa.

Diana has been a frequent commenter here at our posts, and I’m so thrilled that she’s going to share her garden with us this week!

And, we would also be thrilled to see other wildlife gardens from around the world, so we’re inviting you to share your garden with us. Show us your native plants and the birds and butterflies who they support.

Please use this form to submit your guest posts so that we can all share in the beauty of your wildlife garden and the creatures who live there!

We can’t wait to meet you and to see your beautiful wildlife garden.

Carole Sevilla Brown lives in Philadelphia, PA, and she travels the country speaking about Ecosystem Gardening for Wildlife. Check out her new free online course Ecosystem Gardening Essentials, 15 free lessons delivered to your inbox every week.

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  1. says

    I’m overwhelmed, to have my first ever guest post accepted. Will be wonderful to read about other wildlife gardens in the global village. I’m encouraged by each wildlife gardener I meet in the blogosphere – hands joined across the world in support of nature.

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