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What can be planted in borders to encourage lizards to camp in the garden?

I do not want a wild garden, and I do want Viviparous Lizards in my garden because they are less demanding than many other slug-eaters. I saw one lizard earlier in the season, but none since taming my lawn. What can be planted in the borders to compensate for my very short grass?

The surrounding area is marshland with a huge river, so I think the lizards I want to attract are currently living in long grasses rather than heathers.

Last edited: 04 June 2017 19:09:50


  • fidgetbonesfidgetbones Posts: 17,226

    I believe they like to sunbathe on pieces of corrugated iron. Unfortunately it doesn't look very pretty.

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