These guidelines, produced by Flora Locale, provide key principles for planting for biodiversity, outline current problems with plant use and provide information on the law, choosing species, origin of plant stock and scheme design. Case studies are also given.
These guidelines are aimed at a range of organisations and individuals in the public, private and voluntary sector who:
- procure, undertake or specify work that involves planting or sowing
- own, manage or develop land or who provide advice and guidance to others who do
- provide grants to organisations for landscape planting, habitat creation and restoration
- produce and supply native seeds and plants.
This document was originally hosted on the Flora Locale website. We are grateful to them for passing on this resource.