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Create a Wildlife Friendly Garden

Handbook / Manual
By: Sharon Amos
176 pages, Col photos
Publisher: Collins & Brown
Create a Wildlife Friendly Garden
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A guide to the basic steps toward encouraging wildlife into your garden, so that eventually there will be an efficient eco-system. It will help to encourage frogs and toads to keep the slug population under reasonable control, and to attract small birds into your garden so that they stay to keep summer insects in check. It also shows how to attract beneficial insects that can take over the work of chemical sprays, cutting down the problem of pests.

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Sharon Amos is a well-known gardening journalist who writes regularly on plants for 'Country Living' magazine. Her previously published books include 'Celebrating the Seasons' (184340043X) and 'Garden Wisdom' (185585953X). She lives near Maidstone, Kent. U.S. consultant Miranda Smith has been teaching gardening since 1971, and is the author and co-author of a dozen gardening books and numerous articles. Her experience includes growing in all areas of the U.S. as well as both the west and east coasts of Canada. She lives in Florida.
Handbook / Manual
By: Sharon Amos
176 pages, Col photos
Publisher: Collins & Brown
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