Wildlife Friendly Plants

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Collins & Brown, 2004 - Gardening - 144 pages
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'Wildlife Friendly Plants' provides information on how to plant up your town or country garden with plants that attract and sustain beneficial wildlife.

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The book is beautiful and the photos are beautiful. I'm a little skeptical about the information on the suitability of various flowers for wildlife. In particular, the book appears written to straddle ... Read full review

Wildlife-Friendly Plants: Make Your Garden a Haven for Beneficial Insects, Amphibians and Birds

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Here are two new titles that address turning your garden into an animal-friendly habitat. Maintaining a chatty style, Dolezal (The Complete Guide to Choosing Landscape Plants ), writing under the ... Read full review

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Rosemary Creeser with photography by Steve Wooster

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