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In the eye of a bird or butterfly, the typical suburban landscape resembles an unfriendly desert. Closely mowed lawns, tightly clipped shrubs, raked-up borders, and deadheaded flowers mean no place to nest, no food to eat, and nowhere to hide. To the humans who live there, this means no bird songs, no colourful butterflies, no dazzling hummingbirds, no night-sparkling fireflies. Creating a garden that welcomes these creatures may seem like a confusing and complicated task, but the principles involved are relatively simple. Essentially, wildlife needs food, water, and shelter, just like we do, and this lavishly illustrated guide shows which plants attract which creatures, and how to plant and care for them.
|Publication date:||1st March 2020|
|Publisher:||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
BARBARA ELLIS, a former gardening editor at Rodale Press and the publications director of the American Horticultural Society, is the author of many gardening books. She resides in Chestertown, Maryland.More About Barbara Ellis