A beautifully illustrated, practical book for any gardener who cares about protecting wildlife and gardening for a sustainable future.
Sustainable gardening is becoming increasingly important for us, as is the rewilding of our public spaces. So how can we contribute in our own gardens and create a beautiful and relaxing space that is also a rich habitat for native species?
Rewild Your Garden is a delightfully illustrated, practical guide to the plants and sustainable techniques that will encourage and protect bees, birds and butterflies. So whether you have a balcony or a large open space, join horticulturalist Frances Tophill in welcoming wild spaces back into your garden - and giving a little something back to the planet.
Frances Tophill is a horticulturalist, broadcaster and passionate conservationist. Since 2016 she has been on the presenting team of the BBC's Gardener's World. Hailing from Kent she went on to study horticulture at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh and has since lived in the south west and south east of England working as a gardener, both in private estates and gardens, and community-based projects.