Garden Design Service


Secluded Wildlife Garden for New Build House

Secluded Wildlife Garden for New Build House

At Muddy Wellies Gardens, we work with you to create a plan for your garden, we show you the plan view but also create a 3D visual, take a look at the example below.

Corner screen

Bespoke Corner Screen in same style as trellis, planted with climbers

Stagged Patio

Staggered Patio from simple kirbstones

Corner border

Corner border

Log stack

Log stack to create minibeast habitat

Simple pond

Wildlife pond in undergrowth

Semi mature plants

Semi mature plants to give instant impact

Wooden raised planter

Wooden raised planter

Wooden raised planter

Wooden raised planter with bespoke trellis back


Extended patio area



The brief was to create a more interesting garden, to create some privacy and encourage wildlife. The design double pales the boundary fencing to create more privacy along the left and back of the garden.

Tall planting on the right side boundary will help to screen the gappy fence with a bespoke planter backed with trellis creating the most privacy on the lower patio. The planting is dense and varied to give screening, cover, habitat and nectar for wildlife. A hidden log stack will create habitat and food and encourage the formation of ecosystems.

The introduction of a simple pond will assist with increasing the biodiversity.


Close up

Close up

The top seating area creates a secluded feeling using posts and bespoke panelling to act as a trellis for climbers to grow which will further support wildlife and look/smell beautiful. Burnt, the structures will have a contemporary look but will also help to tie in the with the use of black bamboo in the planting.

The top terrace and half the middle will be lawn. This will keep the garden feeling verdant and who doesn't love the feeling of grass between their toes on a summers day! The design also allows the edges against the fence and around the planters to grow long. This is intentional, it will soften the edges but also provide valuable habitat for insects.





These are examples of the kind of plants we are thinking about. It is not an exhaustive list and is dependent on availability at procurement.


Photinia x fraseri 'Red Robin'


Cotoneaster dammeri


Hydrangea anomala subsp. Petiolaris.


Pyracantha spp.


Lonicera 'Scentsation'


Fatsia japonica


Cordyline australis 'Purpurea'


Phyllostachys nigra


Echium pininana 'Snow Tower'


Echium vulgare