Bringing nature home : how you can sustain wildlife with native plants / Douglas W. Tallamy ; foreword by Rick Darke.
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- ISBN: 9780881929928
- Physical Description: 358 pages ; 23 cm
- Edition: Updated and expanded ed.
- Publisher: Portland, Or. : Timber Press, 2009.
First ed. published 2007.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Restoring natives to suburbia: a call to action -- The vital new role of the suburban garden -- No place to hide -- Who cares about biodiversity? -- Why can't insects eat alien plants? -- What is native and what is not? -- The costs of using alien ornamentals -- Creating balanced communities -- Gardening for insect diversity -- Blending in with the neighbors -- Making it happen -- What should I plant? -- What does bird food look like?
We all hear that insects and animals depend on plant, but in "Bringing Nature Home, Douglas Tallamy presents a powerful and compelling illustration of how the choices we make as gardeners can profoundly impact the diversity of life in our yards, towns and on our planet. This important work should be required reading for anyone who ever put shovel to earth."
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