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Wildlife-Friendly Plants: Make Your Garden a Haven for Beneficial Insects,…

by Rosemary Creeser

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The book is beautiful and the photos are beautiful. I'm a little skeptical about the information on the suitability of various flowers for wildlife. In particular, the book appears written to straddle garden markets in the United States and the United Kingdom. Different species are native to Europe and North America, and the book is far from clear about which flowers are most useful to native insects and birds on each continent. If you have a lot of common cultivars in your garden, this book may leave you feeling that you're doing well by the biosphere; the actual impact strikes me as far less clear. ( )
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"...includes: Beautifully photographed directory of wildlife friendly plants; Helpful step-by-step projects for planting, pruning and dividing; Extended backflap with a guide to the symbols used throughout the book. Many of these plants are perfect for use in small spaces, such as a patio, terrace or window box."--from publisher description.… (more)

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