Today, woven into the wooden structure are sedums and drought tolerant plants. Surrounding the pond are two Betula pendula trees, buddlejah davidii, and some of the splendid Lindengate grown wildflowers including Lotus corniculatus (Bird’s-foot trefoil), Anthriscus sylvestris (Cow parsley), and Succisa pratensis (Devil’s bit Scabious) to attract the butterflies and bees to the pond area. Grasses are also featured, not only for their beauty, but as a valuable food source for the birds, creating a centre for biodiversity and balance. Within the natural planting there are also some cultivars included. Achellea millefolium ‘Apple Blossom’, Selinum wallichianum, Alchemilla mollis, Verbena ‘Lollipop’ and herbs, Galium odoratum, Salvia officinalis ‘Purpurascens’, Lavender angustifolia ‘Hidcote’ are all visible to name but a few! Also spot the native aquatics in the pond to help create a perfect ecosystem for nature and humans to enjoy in harmony.