A flower garden for pollinators

£25.00

With bees, butterflies and other pollinators threatened by climate change and habit loss, it’s now more important than ever to support and nurture pollinators in your garden. In this practical and beautiful guide, expert horticulturalist and regular Gardener’s World presenter Rachel de Thame shows you how to create a garden that provides an abundant resource of plants rich in nectar and pollen. Arranged by season and illustrated with exquisite hand-painted watercolours and glorious photography, this book provides a captivating look at supporting nature. Whether you have a courtyard garden or a large country garden, ‘A Flower Garden for Pollinators’ will tell you what to plant and when in order to attract and sustain a host of pollinators all year round.

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The perfect guide for any gardener looking for inspiration on how to create a pollinator-friendly garden all year round.

Pollinators are essential to life on Earth. Yet bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects are struggling due to climate change and habit loss. Fortunately, what we choose to plant in our gardens can help them to thrive. In this heartfelt guide, horticulturalist and Gardener’s World presenter Rachel de Thame highlights plants we can grow that are rich in nectar and pollen, ensuring the garden is filled with beautiful flowers for us all to enjoy year-round.

Arranged by season and illustrated with exquisite hand-painted watercolours and glorious photography showcasing many of Rachel’s favourite plants, this book provides a captivating look at how best to support nature. Whether you have a small urban courtyard or a large country garden, A Flower Garden for Pollinators will guide your choice of plants, attracting a host of pollinators to your own patch of paradise.

‘A wonderful journey through the magical world of plants.’ – Frances Tophill

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Weight 0.8 kg
Dimensions 25.2 × 19.4 × 2.2 cm
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