Creating Small Habitats For Wildlife In Your Garden
by Josie Briggs
Everyone can enjoy the delights of a garden which attracts wildlife. With today’s concerns about pollution and habitat loss, ever more gardeners are using organic methods of cultivation, eschewing chemicals and actively encouraging wildflowers and creatures to colonize their gardens. In a well-planned garden there is room for people and wildlife.
Josie Briggs shows how to successfully create and maintain garden habitats, covering woodlands, wetlands, grasslands, and rocklands in depth.
Creating Small Habitats For Wildlife In Your Garden is included in our New Books List for February 15, 2012.