Green corridors provide vital links for native animals and plants between larger bushland reserves.
You can help local native wildlife and plants by incorporating local native plants into your landscape design. Not only will you help provide passage for birds, mammals, reptiles and more, you will help enhance the natural landscape and ensure local native plant species continue to survive throughout the region.
To enhance your enjoyment of your garden you can focus on attracting certain species to certain areas of your garden, such as butterflies, birds or frogs.
Look at what grows well locally both in local bushland areas and surrounding neighbours gardens. Choose plants that will fit in with your theme and also provide vital habitat as part of the green corridor.
The SERCUL FertiliseWise website provides really useful tips on which plant species to grow in your area to attract native wildlife.