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Spruce Up Your Shed Planning the location of your shed or storage in a wildlife garden can be tricky, particularly if you’re trying to keep things neat and tidy. If a shed is unsightly, consider hiding it away or updating it with some paint. Or, why not add a frame to its sides for climbing plants? Creating a path to the door, with clay pavers, for example, will be more inviting and help to make the shed an integral part of the design. Planting bee-friendly flowers full of nectar surrounding and along the path to your shed will not only encourage insects and other wildlife but should help to make the approach more attractive. Add small trees, where bird boxes could be located, and place insect hotels nearby to add to the feeling of the shed not being a forgotten element.