Welcome

Britain’s gardens occupy more space than all our nature reserves put together.

Imagine the difference we could make to our wildlife it we all learned how to share our gardens with nature.

The Knoll Gardens Foundation is working to make that happen.


APRIL 27TH – FOUNDATION COMMUNITY LECTURE
In association with Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) and their “Get Dorset Buzzing” initiative, an event at Wimborne’s Allendale Centre on 27 April. Neil Lucas Presents “Plants, gardens & Wildlife” the work of the Knoll Gardens Foundation followed by “Wildlife Gardeners Question Time”

MAY 3RD – JOIN US VOLUNTEER DAYS
Anyone interested in finding out more about the opportunities available can meet up with other volunteers and trustees at one of our Volunteer Recruitment Open Mornings on 3 May and 23 August between 10.30 and 1pm. And as an added bonus, potential volunteers are welcome to stay on and spend time in the garden in the afternoon.


ABOUT US
We are a charity dedicated to refining and promoting our naturalistic style of wildlife-friendly gardening, using Knoll Gardens as a practical example and base for experimentation

NEWS
Our programme of events, practical advice and education helps gardeners avoid wasting valuable long-term natural resources on short-term horticultural effects

REPORTS
Our research helps everyone take better planting decisions and create beautiful spaces that work for the gardener, the garden and its wildlife

SUPPORT US
Please support our work. Maybe become a volunteer. Help us to ensure the long term health of our green spaces for the benefit of future generations