Creating a Wildlife Garden

Author(s): Bob & Liz Gibbons

General Gardens | Elizabeth Adams


Shows gardeners how to turn their garden into a wildlife sanctuary by growing plants and flowers which will attract wildlife. The book describes the plants, and the animal, insect or bird which feeds on them. By using this book, gardeners can add colour and scent to their gardens, and aid wildlife.


Product Information

 


Bob Gibbons has been actively involved in the field of natural history for many years. He worked for the Nature Conservancy Council for seven years before becoming a freelance writer and photographer, specializing in wildlife and travel. He has travelled extensively in Europe while studying wild flowers, and now leads wildlife tours to many regions of Europe.

General Fields

  • : 9780600569411
  • : HAMLYN
  • : HAMLYN
  • : January 1988
  • : 28.00 cmmm
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Bob & Liz Gibbons
  • : Paperback / softback
  • : en
  • : 157
  • : Colour photographs, B&W Illustrations