The Wildlife Gardener's GuideBook - 2008
If you can own only one book on attracting wildlife to your garden, this is it. Unlike other volumes, which offer only generalities like "reduce the size of your lawn," this concise manual provides ten specific projects and countless tips for transforming your garden into a refuge. Inside you'll find helpful information on the best natural bird foods and feeders, lists of plants with proven wildlife appeal in your region, easy-to-read garden plans, and more. Best of all, these sustainable, organic ideas can work in many types of outdoor spaces--window boxes, terraces, small city backyards, and large suburban yards. In short, there's everything necessary for creating a garden that wows birds, butterflies, appealing critters...and humans too.
Publisher: Brooklyn, NY : Brooklyn Botanic Garden, c2008
Characteristics: 119 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm