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Wildlife Gardening Book - Tips for Four Seasons

Wildlife Gardening Book - Tips for Four Seasons

$19.95 each $14.95 each

Just in time for the spring planting season, these 68 colorful pages of spectacular photography and season-by-season gardening advice will help turn any yard, no matter how large or small, into an oasis for native wildlife.

Excerpted from the pages of the award-winning National Wildlife® magazine, each article in Wildlife Gardening: Tips for Four Seasons® combines compelling narrative from world-class writers with stunning images and practical, step-by-step tips on topics ranging from wildlife garden design to helping monarch butterflies, providing wildlife with water in winter and attracting native pollinators to help gardeners grow bigger, better fruits and vegetables.





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  • beautiful & colorful photos (1)
  • good information for each season (1)

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  • beautiful & colorful photos
  • good information for each season

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Product Comments: I have a bird habitat, and interested in plants that attract birds, butterflies, honey bees and bumble bees. This book has much information on this topic for each Season of the year. It's a good feeling to discover that we've already put in plants that do attract them. It's a delight to watch all this wildlife enjoying our back yard garden.

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