How to Attract Wildlife to Your Garden

In this article, we will explore how you can attract wildlife into your garden, creating a vibrant ecosystem that thrives alongside the elegance of teak furniture. 

Discover the joy of observing birds, butterflies, and other fascinating creatures while enjoying the timeless beauty and durability of teak in your outdoor space.

Create a Welcoming Habitat

To attract wildlife, it is essential to provide a suitable habitat. Incorporate a variety of native plants, trees, and shrubs that offer food, shelter, and nesting opportunities. 

Consider the preferences of different species and aim for a diverse range of vegetation to accommodate their needs. 

Teak furniture complements this habitat beautifully, adding a touch of sophistication and durability that withstands the test of time.

Provide a Water Source

Water is a vital element for attracting wildlife. Install a birdbath, a small pond, or a shallow dish filled with fresh water. These water features serve as inviting destinations for birds, butterflies, and other creatures to drink, bathe, and cool off. 

As you enjoy the view, let Mr. Teak's popular chair collection provide a comfortable and stylish seating option in your garden oasis.

Incorporate Bird Feeders and Nest Boxes

Bird feeders and nest boxes are wonderful additions to attract and support avian visitors. Choose feeders that cater to different bird species, and position them strategically throughout your garden. 

Nest boxes offer a safe and cosy environment for birds to build their nests and raise their young. 

While you observe the vibrant bird activity, relax on Mr. Teak's exquisite teak benches or dining sets, appreciating the timeless elegance they bring to your outdoor space.

Cultivate Native Plants

Native plants are essential for attracting wildlife, as they provide familiar food sources and shelter. Research the plants native to your region and incorporate them into your garden. Native flowers, shrubs, and trees not only attract birds and butterflies with their nectar and fruits but also encourage pollinators, contributing to the overall health and balance of your ecosystem. 

Enhance the natural beauty of your garden with Mr. Teak's stunning teak planters, showcasing your native plant selection in style.

Create Hiding Places

Wildlife seeks refuge in hidden areas. Include dense shrubs, tall grasses, and brush piles to create hiding places for small mammals, insects, and amphibians. These sheltered spots offer protection from predators and encourage a wider variety of wildlife to visit and take up residence. 

While admiring the wildlife activity from your garden, relax on Mr. Teak's reclining chairs or loungers, designed to provide comfort and tranquillity.

Is teak furniture robust?

It certainly is! 

Teak is one of the toughest types of wood; derived from timber, teak has a natural resistance to water, meaning our robustly constructed benches can be left outdoors year round regardless of the weather.

You can purchase with confidence knowing that our smooth finish plantation teak packs a punch!

If you would like to bolster the already impressive durability of your banana bench, one of our premium ‘Weatherguard’ covers would do the trick. Available in green or black and made from long lasting PVC back woven polyester, the specifically silhouetted banana bench cover is the perfect proactive care for your new addition. 


By implementing these strategies, you can transform your garden into a haven for wildlife while embracing the elegance and durability of teak furniture from Mr. Teak. 

Observing birds, butterflies, and other captivating creatures enhances the beauty and tranquillity of your outdoor space, creating a harmonious coexistence between nature and your garden oasis. 

With its timeless appeal, sustainability, and resistance to the elements, teak furniture becomes the perfect complement to the vibrant ecosystem you have cultivated. 

Let the magic of nature unfold before your eyes as you savour the comfort and sophistication of Mr. Teak's exquisite teak furniture in your wildlife-friendly garden.