No Nettles Required: The Reassuring Truth About Wildlife Gardening
Random House, 31 mei 2011 - 192 pagina's
In 2003 a MORI poll for the Royal Horticultural Society revealed that an extraordinary number of us are interested in attracting wildlife into our gardens. It also indicated, however, that many of us have no idea how to go about it. Information is sparse, and public opinion seems to suggest that gardens that are plentiful in wildlife are unattractive, expensive to upkeep and hard work to maintain. But this couldn't be further from the truth.
In this illuminating book, Ken Thompson explains that encouraging wildlife is actually entirely compatible with ordinary gardening, costs next to nothing and is almost completely effortless. Packed with helpful hints and tips, the book shows us how easy it is to fill our gardens with everything from foxes, frogs and mice to butterflies, ladybirds and literally thousands of fascinating creepy-crawlies. Why should we? Because we'll be promoting the biodiversity of the UK, we'll be reconnecting with nature, getting more from our gardens, and we'll be doing our plants a favour.
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Investigating garden wildlife
What the ideal wildlife garden doesnt need
Lies damned lies and compost heaps
selling your garden to wildlife
Its a jungle out there
A chapter about birds
The best thing since sliced bread
Why you should care 157
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No Nettles Required: The Reassuring Truth about Wildlife Gardening
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