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Dragonfly-Friendly Gardening

Handbook / Manual Coming Soon
By: Ruary Mackenzie Dodds(Author)
112 pages
Dragonfly-Friendly Gardening
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  • Dragonfly-Friendly Gardening ISBN: 9781916812123 Paperback Jul 2024 Available for pre-order
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Learn from Britain's leading dragonfly expert how to invite dragonflies and damselflies into your garden and create the conditions for them to thrive.

In this compact and accessible wildlife primer, 'Dragonfly Ambassador' Ruary Mackenzie Dodds shows how to set up a tranquil garden haven for dragonflies, with straightforward, easy-to-follow guidance on preparing your pond, what plants to include in it, and how to manage and enjoy it.

With stunning colours and phenomenal flying abilities, dragonflies are beautiful creatures that are also vital to our ecosystem. This book outlines, too, how caring for something as specific and delicate as a dragonfly can provide a welcome respite from the everyday demands of life. We can, as always, learn so much from the natural world, even – and sometimes especially – from its smallest creatures.

Learn how to transform your garden into a haven for dragonflies and damselflies, nurturing your own mental health and protecting the planet as you do so. Every pond counts!

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Ruary Mackenzie Dodds is one of the country's leading experts on dragonflies. His memoir, The Dragonfly Diaries (Saraband, 2014), chronicles the ups and downs of establishing Europe's first public dragonfly sanctuary. Ruary is in great demand to share his expertise and enthusiasm with festival, radio and TV audiences, and he often contributes to BBC programmes such as Countryfile and Springwatch.

Handbook / Manual Coming Soon
By: Ruary Mackenzie Dodds(Author)
112 pages
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"Ruary is the greatest ambassador these insects have... One of Britain's greatest living naturalists" -- Chris Packham

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