This user-friendly reference teaches gardeners how to help protect bees, butterflies and hummingbirds by creating pesticide-free wildflower gardens. It explores the relationship between plants and pollinators, and lists 100 common plants that can serve as habitats to help pollinators thrive.
The plants include native wildflowers, trees and shrubs as well as ornamental vegetation, each described with clear, concise text, photos, recommended varieties and a map showing the geographical region where the plant can be grown as well as which species it can be used to attract. An excellent guide.
Softcover, 240 pages, 6" × 8", 2016.