How to Make a Wildflower Meadow: Tried-and-Tested Techniques for New Garden Landscapes (Hardcover)
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Flowering meadows are appealing to gardeners and valuable for wildlife, but they can be difficult to establish. This book will change all that with its pragmatic yet eco-friendly advice. Gardeners and landscape professionals alike will relish James Hewetson-Brown's common sense approach. There is no need to be an expert on habitat planting or plant ecology—just follow the step-by-step techniques. Using seed, plug plants, bulbs, and roll-out turf, you can establish meadow the same year you plant it. The book includes 30 case studies that describe successful meadow plantings alongside paths, utility areas, and ponds and in mixed borders, orchards, green roofs, sloping banks, and containers. Interviews offer a fascinating insight into the the installation process and the pleasures of living with a wildflower meadow.
About the Author
James Hewetson-Brown was an arable farmer before he diversified into making wildflower turf products for gardeners and garden design professionals. His pragmatic approach to making meadows which brings quick, reliable results has been adopted by leading garden designers.