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Wildlife Friendly Plants

By: Rosemary Creeser
144 pages, 200 col photos
Publisher: Collins & Brown
Wildlife Friendly Plants
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For too long wildlife gardening books have tended to focus on those gardening in rural areas with sufficient space to plant large trees and hedges. This book is designed to help you choose the best plants to encourage and support diminishing populations of wildlife, whether your garden is big or small, or even just a window box.

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Rosemary Creeser is a freelance editor and garden writer. She has written extensively for the Garden Writers' Guild Website of the Year, Crocus.co.uk. Before specialising in garden writing, she had work published on classic fairytale films, girls' education and teenage smoking. Rosemary is an active member of the organic movement World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms. Rosemary lives in London, UK.
By: Rosemary Creeser
144 pages, 200 col photos
Publisher: Collins & Brown
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