No catches, no fine print just unadulterated book loving, with your favourite books saved to your own digital bookshelf.
New members get entered into our monthly draw to win £100 to spend in your local bookshop Plus lots lots more…Find out more
A joyous book - Alan Titchmarsh Bright, colourful and boundlessly enthusiastic, this is also a practical guide to making your garden a refuge for wildlife to fit all plots. - Chris Packham 'The Wildlife Gardner' is a book which helps you to create wildlife habitats in your very own garden, and is very handily split into sections on shelter, food and water. Kate gives advice on the best nectar and pollen plants to grow, dos and don'ts of bird feeding and organic methods of pest control.There are also 10 step-by-step projects that will help encourage wildlife into your garden, such as: creating a bumblebee nester, making a green roof and building a hedgehog box. With step-by-step pictures to help you follow the instructions, these homely creations are all achievable in a weekend and are suitable for even the smallest gardens. Also included is a mini field guide, which will help you to identify the birds and other creatures that you are likely to spot in your garden. Kate gives tips on particular species, explaining what to look out for and how to cater for specific birds, mammals, bees, butterflies, moths and pond life. 'The Wildlife Gardener' is a passionately written, practical book that is essential reading for those who would like to make homes for wildlife in their garden.
|Publication date:||5th October 2017|
|Publisher:||White Owl an imprint of Pen & Sword Books Ltd|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Natural & wild gardening, Wildlife: general interest,|
Kate Bradbury is an award-winning author and journalist, specialising in wildlife gardening. She edits the wildlife pages of 'Gardeners World Magazine' and regularly writes articles for the 'Daily and Sunday Telegraph', 'The Guardian', 'RHS magazine The Garden' and 'BBC Wildlife' and 'BBC Countryfile' magazines. In 2015 she became the first Butterfly Ambassador for conservation charity 'Butterfly Conservation', and she writes a quarterly column for its members magazine, Butterfly. Kate regularly talks at events and festivals, and appears on radio including 'BBC Gardeners Question Time'. She also makes wildlife gardening videos for gardenersworld.com. She lives and breathes wildlife gardening, and is ...More About Kate Bradbury