Gardener Mark Lane is a big advocate for planting a native hedge in your garden.
It is one of the best hands-off methods to kill slugs by introducing predators, something the expert has discussed with Express.co.uk.
He told Express.co.uk: “If you’ve got room for a native hedge in your garden, your really, really should plant a native hedge.
“They are brilliant for wildlife. They’ll attract butterflies, moths, birds, and all the beneficial insects into your garden.”
Birds are one of the best creatures to entice into your garden to get rid of slugs.
Birds such as song thrushes and robins will snack on your slugs.
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