Gardens: their hidden life: Unnoticed plants and unseen animals (Hardback)
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Gardens: their hidden life: Unnoticed plants and unseen animals (Hardback)

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Hardback 320 Pages / Published: 10/05/2012
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Gardens are most people's main opportunity to see an ecosystem at work. Even the smallest space contains a collection of both wild animals and plants. Yet we are often oblivious of the sheer richness of experience that our gardens can provide. Most of us do not expect to see anything they haven't built or planted. In small gardens, most visiting wildlife will be in the form of birds and butterflies; in more substantial gardens, residents may include larger mammals, but they are mainly nocturnal - and few gardeners look in their gardens after dark. This book explores the garden's hidden world of life amid the grass, behind the bushes, in the trees and under stones and fallen branches and will convert a stroll around your garden from a conversation with familiar friends (the plants chosen and planted) to a voyage of discovery that includes invertebrates and larger animals as well. Broad and inclusive in its approach, this book should appeal to naturalists and gardeners of all ages.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9781408158685
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 1109 g
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 29 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
Get a deeper understandng of the wildlife you might only fleetingly glimpse in your garden, with this fantastic pictorial guide. * BBC Countryfile *
I am always grateful when any creature... decides my plot is home sweet home and loved finding out how to make life better for the 75 species of mammal, 600 birds, 60 butterflies, 2,500 moths and 4,000 beetles that might possibly take up residence in my garden. And with this informative book close to hand I'm feeling more confident I will be able to identify and cherish them all. * Gardens Illustrated *
The author proves to be an engaging and informative writer, bringing particular "So that's why!" illumination to topics such as lawn and flower pollination * BBC Wildlife *
Turns a stroll around your garden... into a voyage of discovery. * Sunday Telegraph *
This is one for your bookshelf and one that I would like to give to people of all ages in the future. The author is to be congratulated. * Highland News Group *

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