How to Create a Wildlife Garden: Bringing Nature In: What to Plant Where (Hardcover)
Bringing nature in: what to plant where This inspiring and accessible hands-on book shows how simple gardening techniques can provide a dazzling plant display while helping the native wildlife. This new updated edition of the award-winning book (Garden Media Guild Practical Book of the Year) gives easy-to-follow instructions backed up with advice on planning and design, showing how we can share our outdoor space with nature. The authors show how to encourage beneficial garden species and discourage the more problematic ones. With its wealth of practical advice and detailed photography, this is the ideal sourcebook for gardeners and wildlife enthusiasts.
Christine and Mick Lavelle are lecturers in horticulture and plant ecology at Writtle University College. Christine teaches practical and applied horticulture for The RHS, and Mick has designed several medal-winning educational exhibits at the Chelsea Flower Show on the subject of plants and their uses. They are also the authors of The Practical Guide to Allotment Gardening, and Organic Gardening.