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Wild life Garden-”Inviting Garden” - How to make? Enriching biodiversity in the school-yard
How to establish the garden?
שלב מוקדם – בדיקה – מה כבר יש בגינה? Step1 A survey- who is found already in the yard
צמחי תבלין Must take into account conditions like shade and slopes
Step 3: sowing Annual wild plants
flowerbed for geophytes -autumn
Step 4:digging the pond
First birds coming to the pond
Half a year later
Making a winter pond autumn Adding soil from a dry pond
Filling up the winter pond in case the rains don’t start
Fresh water creatures in the winter pond סרטני צדפונית חלזונות בולית
February –blossom in the winter pond
Step 5: Compost pile
Step 6: creating paths
Step 7: making the flowerbeds- adding compost
Step 8: arranging irrigation system
Step 9: planting
Planting the butterfly garden - autumn
Butterfly garden - spring
Step 10: making feeders and nesting boxes
Feeder from a plastic container
Preparing plastic containers
pine cone Pie flour oil seeds
Step 11: building a sitting place
Step 12: creating a hide
The garden ‘before’
Preparing the path and planting
Watching the garden
The garden – half a year later
The gardens board
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Wild life Garden-”Inviting Garden” - what are components? Enriching biodiversity in the school-yard.
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