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Planting for Butterflies The Grower's Guide to Creating a Flutter

Handbook / Manual New
By: Jane Moore(Author), James Weston Lewis(Illustrator)
144 pages, colour illustrations
Planting for Butterflies
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  • Planting for Butterflies ISBN: 9781787135352 Hardback Jun 2020 In stock
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Butterflies are brilliant pollinators and add vibrancy and colour to the garden. A summer's day wouldn't be the same without the gentle fluttering of delicate wings. They connect us with nature and are an essential part of a dynamic ecosystem. However, in the past forty years, these insects, which were once a common sight in our gardens, are now in decline due to habit loss, climate change and the use of pesticides.

There is a lot citizens with and without a garden can do to help improve their numbers. Planting for Butterflies will show you how you can attract these beautiful insects and help them to flourish by creating a butterfly-friendly garden. No matter how small or large your space – from a window ledge in the city to a country garden – Jane Moore offers advice on the nectar-rich blooms to grow, and when and where to plant them.

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Biography

In a horticultural career spanning 30 years, Jane Moore has been head gardener at a Benedictine Abbey, a writer for national gardening magazines and newspapers, a researcher on BBC gardening programmes and a presenter on BBC TV's Gardeners' World. Gardening, and writing about gardening, have encompassed Jane's whole career. She has wide-ranging practical experience, an astonishingly broad plant knowledge and an unswerving enthusiasm for gardens, horticulture and its impact on everyday life.

Handbook / Manual New
By: Jane Moore(Author), James Weston Lewis(Illustrator)
144 pages, colour illustrations
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