Inspiring Wildlife Gardens in Surrey

Take a look at these wildlife gardens found all across Surrey. Discover wildlife friendly features you could include in your garden.

Little Bookham Wildlife Garden

This garden is pond heaven with plenty of space for all manner of aquatic wildlife and a host of appreciative creatures. Birds, mammals, reptiles and bugs all benefit from this natural water source.
You have the opportunity to visit this lovely wildlife garden which is number 3 in the programme. The Gardens of Bookham Open Day is on Sunday 19th June from 10am until 5pm

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2015 Wildlife Garden Winner – Large Private

Annie Keighley’s large garden is located in Frimley Green and opens by arrangement for the National Gardens Scheme. Visitors love the hidden surprises in this romantic cottage garden with tumbling roses, topiary and towering magnolia. Holly hedges hide a secret haven with wildlife pond, dell, fernery and shaded loggia. Quirky organic potager with raised beds, fruit trees, tadpole nursery, greenhouses and composting areas



2015 Wildlife Garden Winner – Small Private

Annabelle South has created a wildlife haven in her small garden in Dorking; bird feeders, a bucket pond, a hedgehog home (babies were born here last year!) and wildlife friendly planting. Annabelle has her own fascinating blog which documents her garden adventures.



Newlands Corner Wildlife Garden

This natural wildlife garden is a brilliant place to watch a huge range of birds. The garden can be found next to Newlands Corner Visitors Centre, Guildford, GU4 8SE.



Bay Pond Wildlife Garden

Lots of school children visit Bay Pond our private, education reserve in Godstone. We have a small wildlife garden packed full of wildlife features including beds full of nectar rich flowers for bees and butterflies, bug hotels, a small pond, bird feeders and nest boxes.