By: Joanna Francis and Grahame Dixie
111 pages, Tabs
Since the end of World War II Britain has lost 98% of its hay meadows, 75% of its heaths, 80% of its chalk downlands and 50% of its ancient woodlands. This book lays down a sensible set of guidelines so that designers and planners can incorporate native plants appropriately in their schemes.
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