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The Illustrated Practical Guide to Wildlife Gardening: How To Make Wildflower Meadows, Ponds, Hedges, Flower Borders, Bird Feeders, Wildlife Shelters, Nesting Boxes And Hibernation Sites epub ebook

by Christine Lavelle,Michael Lavelle

The Illustrated Practical Guide to Wildlife Gardening: How To Make Wildflower Meadows, Ponds, Hedges, Flower Borders, Bird Feeders, Wildlife Shelters, Nesting Boxes And Hibernation Sites epub ebook

Author: Christine Lavelle,Michael Lavelle
Category: Gardening & Landscape Design
Language: English
Publisher: Southwater (September 5, 2017)
Pages: 256 pages
ISBN: 1846811481
ISBN13: 978-1846811487
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 163
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Christine Lavelle is a lecturer in horticulture and ecology, and is a fervent advocate of organic gardening. Michael Lavelle is an environmentalist who has won flower show medals at Chelsea for his gardens.

Christine Lavelle is a lecturer in horticulture and ecology, and is a fervent advocate of organic gardening. Country of Publication. Leisure & Lifestyle.

Christine Lavelle; Michael Lavelle. The winner of the Garden Media Guild Award for Practical Gardening Book of the Year. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Christine Lavelle; Michael Lavelle.

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In this book, award-winning garden writers Christine and Michael Lavelle give expert advice on how to help native insects, birds and animals, with the aim of creating a wildlife habitat in your backyard. All the major habitats are covered, from grasslands and hedges to ponds and kitchen gardens, with ideas for the best types of plants to encourage wildlife. There are instructions for how to make bird feeders, bee boxes, log piles, nesting boxes,hibernation sites and more

Let us know how you get on with the ponds in your garden I am also placing a couple of nest boxes & bird feeders to attract birds which.

Let us know how you get on with the ponds in your garden. We'd love to hear your tips for attracting pond life. The intention is to attract wildlife to the 'pond' which will assist in controlling pests . I am also placing a couple of nest boxes & bird feeders to attract birds which should be able to feed on aphids & other insect vermin. The advise given on building ponds is extremely helpful.

Learn how to provide food, shelter and breeding spots for wildlife with our handy guides to everything from making bird food, growing a wildflower meadow or helping bees, butterflies, bats and hedgehogs. Get wildlife gardening at t.

Your own wildlife pond can provide a much-needed haven for frogs, toads, newts, dragonflies and other aquatic wildlife, a place for birds to drink and bathe, and a habitat for attractive native plants. Caption: A wildlife pond is a real pleasure to have. A level piece of ground in a sheltered position, which is in sun for at least two-thirds of the day, is best. Avoid areas under trees, or ground that may become waterlogged.

Read our guide to learn how to create your own meadow of wildflowers in your garden. There are two types of meadow you can grow at home - annual meadows and perennial meadows. Both can easily be grown from mixed wildflower seeds or by using wildflower plug plants.

The winner of the Garden Media Guild Award for Practical Gardening Book of the Year.
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