8 edition of The nature-friendly garden found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Marlene A. Condon.|
|LC Classifications||SB473 .C652 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005030354|
Look at your neighbours joyfully murdering the life out of their garden again. They won't sleep soundly until they've lopped the head off every buttercup, daisy and bee-friendly dandelion. What would an eco warrior do? Absolutely nothing. Pull up a chair, grab a cocktail and watch the .
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A Nature-Friendly Garden is full of charming anecdotes, practical ideas and philosophical orientation that will help spare the seasoned, but especially the beginning gardening enthusiast, the angst and results of making hasty, ill-conceived actions.
Also, I highly recommend this book as required reading to (or by) the next generation. /5(9). A Nature-Friendly Garden is full of charming anecdotes, practical ideas and philosophical orientation that will help spare the seasoned, but especially the beginning gardening enthusiast, the angst and results of making hasty, ill-conceived actions/5(9).
Nature-Friendly Garden: Creating a Backyard Haven for Plants, Wildlife, and People By The nature-friendly garden book A. Condon Stackpole Books: ISBN Paperback: Originally $ (new remaindered prices and used prices vary) E-Book: Nook, $; Kindle, $ Potential Readers. New gardeners who are interested in being ecofriendly.
Get this from a library. Gardening for wildlife: a complete guide to nature-friendly gardening. [Adrian Thomas; Royal Society for the Protection of Birds,] -- There is something uplifting about having butterflies in your flowerbeds, frogs in your water feature and birds in your bushes, and knowing they're there because of you.
Rich in detail and accessible. The result is the nature-friendly garden, which attracts and meets the needs of common creatures--rabbits, toads, insects, squirrels, owls, and so on--while maintaining a thriving, varied landscape of flowers and : Stackpole Books. The result is a nature-friendly garden which attracts and meets the needs of common creatures while maintaining a thriving and varied landscape of flowers and other plants.
As this thought-provoking guide demonstrates, coexisting with nature doesn't mean turning your yard into a bramble-infested wilderness. The Nature-Friendly Garden | • How to maintain environmental balance and attract wildlife• Applies to all backyard gardens, large and small with specific information on creating ponds and other water features• Accessible gardening tips for seniors and people with disabilitiesMany people approach gardening as a constant struggle with the outside world.
Buy Nature-Friendly Garden, The: Creating a Backyard Haven for Animals, Plants, and People Paperback ¨C Febru by (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. A fabulous book for British gardeners, written with a 'can-do' attitude pointing out how easy it is to garden for wildlife no matter the size or type of garden you have.
It begins with descriptions of the types of creatures you may be able to attract before moving on to what kind of garden you can create/5. The River Oaks Garden Club's fifth version of A Garden Book for Houston and the Texas Gulf Coast is a wonderful addition to our region's horticultural resources and will quickly be on every good The nature-friendly garden book desk.
This page book is nothing less than an eye-popping encyclopedia of best organic practices for The nature-friendly garden book our region's many plants.5/5(1). Garden Daily Express (July ) 'Thomas writes with a healthy dose of self-deprecating humour the writing style and layout of the book is above all practical, helpful and encouraging.
Gardening for Wildlife is an excellent book that manages to be informative and entertaining. Every garden probably has an area that is a "plant desert", be it patio or decking, bare fence or wall, shed or garage roof.
• Adrian Thomas is an RSPB nature reserve manager and author of. "A tip-top book which goes far beyond being a useful list of plants and species. An excellent publication." – Birds (November ) "From the common ant through to weird and wonderful insects this book shows you more about the natural world in your garden." – Garden Answers (December ).
The reality is that garden “pests” don’t exist, but poor horticultural practices (i.e., those that conflict with the laws of the natural world) do. To be a happy, successful gardener, you must learn to live in agreement with nature. In other words, you and your garden need to be nature-friendly.
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Birds feed, nest and relax in our nature-friendly garden. by Kathy Van Mullekom, a lifelong gardener and gardening writer living in York County, Virginia Our yard is designed and planted for birds – lots of them. In addition to trees and shrubs that benefit songbirds, the yard features feeders and nesting boxes that invite them to live with us.
The result is the nature-friendly garden, which attracts and meets the needs of common creatures—rabbits, toads, insects, squirrels, owls, and so on—while maintaining a thriving, varied landscape of flowers and plants. And as this thought-provoking guide demonstrates, coexisting with nature doesn't mean turning your yard into a bramble.
Nature-Friendly Garden: Creating a Backyard Haven for Plants, Wildlife and People, Too Marlene A. Condon, Author. Stackpole $ (p) ISBN Book Review: Nature-Friendly Garden by Marlene A. Condon. Posted: Thursday, Ma Synopsis: Reading Marlene A. Condon's Nature-Friendly Garden is like observing a game of toppling dominoes.
All the pieces are lined up standing on end in a complex, maze-like pattern. Flick one domino and the whole structure tumbles. Creating a wildlife-friendly garden Wildlife can make its home in our gardens in many different ways.
There are lots of things we can do, from planting to maintenance, that will make them as welcome as possible. A home for nature Making our gardens wildlife friendly doesn’t necessarily mean that we have to leave them to grow into wild jungles.
For us at Smith’s Nature Friendly Farm this book aligns % with our values and goals. We are not perfect, but we are constantly working to be kinder to nature. If you buy this book, you will be supporting a person who is educating the world on being kinder to nature. I just read the review of my book, The Nature-friendly Garden.
I wrote this book to help folks to understand our natural world. If they could grasp what is going on "out there," they could stop trying to garden in a manner that can't possibly work and which therefore brings them much unhappiness.
The sustainable low-impact garden described in Marlene’s book, “The Nature-friendly Garden: Creating a Backyard Haven for Plants, Wildlife, and People” is a model of environmental balance, fostering species diversity.
Best of all, it offers a privileged look at the workings of nature, opening up a new and fascinating world for even the.
Winner of the Garden Media Guild New Talent Award Gardening for wildlife is hugely enjoyable. There is something uplifting about having butterflies in your flowerbeds, frogs in your water feature and birds in your bushes - and knowing that they're here because of you.
But if you want a 'nice' garden too, don't worry. This new book busts the myths that wildlife gardens have to be 'wild. The Nature-Friendly Garden: Creating a Backyard Haven for Plants, Wildlife, and People, Stackpole Books (Mechanicsburg, PA), Field editor, Birds & Blooms.
Contributor to periodicals, including American Butterflies, Alabama Wildlife, Living Bird, Audubon Naturalist News, Birder's World, Birdwatcher's Digest, Michigan Forests, New Jersey. Top tips for a more nature friendly garden.
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The book is authored by Peter Goldblatt, an Iridaceae expert recently-retired from the Missouri Botanical. A garden pond lined with flat rocks is a permanent alternative. Essentially, birds and butterflies require food, water, nesting, and cover sites.
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Condon (Stackpole) Some of us have the Brown Thumb when it comes to gardens. We plant petunias and get crab's eyes and creeping bugleweed.