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RHS How to Create a Wildlife Pond Plan, Dig, and Enjoy a Natural Pond in Your Own Back Garden

Handbook / Manual
By: Kate Bradbury(Author)
192 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
RHS How to Create a Wildlife Pond
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  • RHS How to Create a Wildlife Pond ISBN: 9780241472927 Hardback Apr 2021 In stock
Price: £14.99
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If you want to do your bit to support local biodiversity, pick up a spade and start digging. RHS How to Create a Wildlife Pond makes it easy to attract and support a huge array of species, with fully illustrated step-by-steps showing you how to plan, dig, line, and fill a simple wildlife pond, alongside alternatives including container ponds and more formal designs. Discover the best mix of plants you'll need to keep your pond thriving, how to make sure that creatures can enter and exit the water safely, and the little extra touches that can attract and support all kinds of wildlife.

Once your pond is ready, sit back and watch nature do its work as the book reveals the creatures that will visit: the blackbird that bathes in the shallows; the wriggling tadpoles that bring the water to life; the bat that soars above the pond at nightfall to feast on rising insects. Every garden should have a pond, and with Kate's help, you'll have everything you need to create a pond that will teem with life for years to come.

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Kate Bradbury is an award-winning author and journalist, specialising in wildlife gardening. She edits the wildlife pages of BBC Gardeners' World Magazine, writes for The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Garden (RHS), and BBC Wildlife and Countryfile magazines, and is the author of several titles, including Wildlife Gardening: For Everyone and Everything and The Wildlife Gardener (Bloomsbury). A patron of Froglife, Kate lives and breathes wildlife gardening, and is currently transforming a tired patio garden into her own wildlife oasis.

Handbook / Manual
By: Kate Bradbury(Author)
192 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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