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Balcony

No matter how small to space available to you, every Wild Space matters. A balcony can be transformed to help butterflies and moths refuel and take refuge. A few choice plants in a pot, tub or window box can provide valuable food and nectar. We encourage all balconies (and all Wild Spaces) to be peat and pesticide free.

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Balcony Garden Stirling

Balcony

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