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By: Pam Lewis
208 pages, 100 photos
Provides information on how modifying garden habits can benefit local wildlife. This book, an account of the process, is both sharply observed and full of valuable information for those who want to learn from her experiences.
A wonderful read Organic Life ... one of the most joyous, life-enhancing gardens in the land ... wildlife gardeners will find much inspiration and there are tips for every country gardener. Gardens Illustrated At Sticky Wicket, her five-acre plot in Dorset, Pam Lewis has created one of the most remarkable gardens in this country - all superbly described and photographed here. Sunday Telegraph
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Pam Lewis is a noted gardener (Sticky Wicket has been featured in many books and magazines) and a conservationist who designs and creates wildlife gardens, specializing in making and managing wildflower meadows.
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