Colorado Wildscapes Book
DetailsColorado Wildscapes: Bringing Conservation Home published by Audubon At Home In Colorado
Wildscaping offers a rewarding way to turn your yard into an oasis for wildlife. If you'd like to welcome birds, butterflies, bees and hummingbirds to your yard, this book will give you step by step instructions on creating a habitat garden. The book is filled with color photos and practical suggestions to give gardeners guidance and inspiration when creating their own wildscapes. Softcover. ISBN: 978-1-56579-529-7
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Comments about High Country Gardens Colorado Wildscapes Book:
It is great to find a book that doesn't treat Colorado and 1 plant system. Great inspirational wildlife garden photos. I especially enjoyed some of the plant lists included.
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