Nature in the UK is in trouble and some of our more familiar garden species are amongst those suffering serious declines.
Gardens provide a valuable lifeline for species like starlings, toads, hedgehogs and butterflies, which are struggling to find homes in the wider countryside.
Our aim is to provide one million homes for nature across the UK, because if there's no home for nature, then there's no nature - it really is that serious.
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