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The Science of Garden Biodiversity

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Are wildlife gardens better for biodiversity than regular gardens? Does a garden need to be ‘wild’ to attract wildlife? Do you need to grow native plants? In this book, author Julian Doberski explains the role of 'small things' - microrganisms and invertebrates - that are fundamental to garden diversity but are often overlooked when we are thinking about encouraging biodiversity.

By understanding how diverse life can be in gardens, readers will learn how gardens function ecologically.

128 pages.

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