Attracting Garden Pollinators

Jean Vernon

This book is a friendly, accessible, information packed guide to gardening for and with pollinators.
Date Published :
June 2022
Publisher :
White Owl
Language:
English
Illustration :
100 color illustrations
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding : Hardback
ISBN : 9781526711908
Pages : 216
Dimensions : 9.6 X 6.7 inches
Stock Status : Not Yet Published. Available for Pre-Order
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Overview
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Attracting Garden Pollinators is a friendly, accessible, information packed guide to gardening for and with pollinators. 

Pollinators are in trouble, but our gardens can help. Gardens represent a vast, varied ‘nature reserve’ packed with plants rich in nectar and pollen to sustain these delicate creatures. This book explores the role that pollinators play and how gardeners and people with gardens can do something to help attract and support them. From butterflies (and their caterpillars - with host plant information) to surprising pollinators (moths, wasps, beetles flies and hornets) and of course including honeybees, hoverflies and bumblebees, this book will offer an insight into their fragile existence, lifecycles and their vital role in the food chain and the natural cycle.

Jean Vernon is the best-selling author of The Secret Lives of Garden Bees.

About The Author
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Jean Vernon is the wildlife columnist for the RHS Journal – The Garden. She is a contributor to the gardening section of The Daily Telegraph and has written many articles on bees, beekeepers and the needs of garden bees. Passionate about bees and the environment since a youngster, she is a natural beekeeper and passionate about championing bees of all sorts. It is her mission to unravel, demystify and explain the intricate balance of nature in your garden and to introduce you to the familiar and unfamiliar bees that live, breed and breathe within the garden habitat.

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