Gardening For Butterflies And Moths

Gardening Booklet

Our butterflies and moths need your help. Over the last century, four butterflies and more than 60 moths have become extinct.

Three-quarters of British butterflies are now in decline and numbers of some moths have fallen by up to 99 per cent.

Luckily, there’s plenty we can do to help them in our gardens. And this will benefit you too – not only will your garden, allotment or balcony attract more butterflies and moths, but you can also give yourself a pat on the back for helping to conserve, and even increase, numbers of these declining species.

Our new booklet "Gardening For Butterflies And Moths" written by wildlife writer Kate Bradbury will show you how to: 

Get Your Exclusive Booklet

Join us today for half-price and you will receive our definitive gardening booklet for FREE. The first 100 people to sign up will also receive a free pack of seeds to get you well on the way to creating a haven for butterflies and moths in your flower beds. Offer until the end of April.

  • Choose nectar-rich plants for butterflies 
  • Plant and care for your butterfly-friendly plants
  • Design a border for butterflies and moths
  • Grow caterpillar foodplants
  • Garden organically
  • Provide shelter for butterflies and moths
  • Grow nectar-rich plants in containers
  • Help butterflies in urban areas