An easy-to-follow gardening guide endorsed by the Wildlife Trusts and the RHS to help you encourage different types of wildlife into your garden.
Wildlife Gardening for Everyone (and Everything) is a useful and easy-to-follow gardening guide with a strong focus on the different types of wildlife you can attract to your garden. The book breaks down by accessible groups of species, and each chapter explains what they require to thrive, what their role in the garden is and how they contribute to the garden ecosystem.
Every chapter will include wide-ranging suggestions of useful plants and projects that will be relevant to all, regardless of the size of their available space, ranging from an urban balcony or patio to a community or large garden. You will be encouraged not only to create but also to relax and observe the habitats in your garden through the year. Ultimately, this is a book about creating a space that's as much for you as it is for the other species you welcome into it, and about getting to know the wildlife around you.
"An invaluable guide... everything in your garden will be abuzz and abloom before you know it." -- Sunday Express S Magazine
Kate Bradbury is an award-winning writer specialising in wildlife gardening. She is the author of The Bumblebee Flies Anyway, works on BBC Gardeners' World magazine and regularly writes for the Daily Telegraph, the Guardian, the RHS' The Garden, BBC Wildlife and BBC Countryfile magazines. Kate also appears on BBC Gardeners' Question Time and the popular RHS Garden Podcast.
0.5" H x 8.0" L x 7.4" W