Biodiversity gardening means simply, "gardening with the intention of increasing native biodiversity".
Practically speaking, biodiversity gardening means gardening using
100% native plants. And, a biodiversity gardener chooses native plant species that provide food or habitat for other
native species such
as butterflies, other native pollinators such as bees, and other insects. Biodiversity gardening is also about creating much-neede habitat for numerous wild creatures. For example, a small wood pile in one corner of your garden can provide habitat for salamanders and many types of insects and fungi. A small rock pile in a sunny, out-of-the-way corner of your garden will provide a much-needed home for native snakes.