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Portrait of a Woodland
  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BB Hardback
  • Publication: 01 November 2004
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781844480135
  • Stock: 50+
  • Size: 216x292 mm
  • Illustrations: 235
  • Pages: 176
  • RRP: £25

Portrait of a Woodland

Special Price: £12.50

by Charlotte de la Bedoyere (Author)

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Book Description

A comprehensive survey of eleven different woods, this book is a vivid account of the flora and fauna that comprise the various habitats of our large and small woods. More than a survey though, this book looks beyond the individual stories of the trees, plants, animals and insects and constitutes a readable account of the inter-dependence of species so vital for the preservation of biodiversity. In her lively and candid style, this timely publication taps immediately into one of the major challenges faced by the environment today.
Stunning photography and absorbing text combine with authoritative surveys to make this book both informative and enchanting. Invaluable reference and a visual treat.

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* Timely publication/topical subject - coincides with the Biodiversity Action Plan being implemented by Government and non-Government organisations
* Profusely illustrated with stunning photography mainly taken by the author
* Ideal gift

About the Author

About Charlotte de la Bedoyere

Charlotte de la Bedoyere was fascinated by the idea of natural gardening at a very early age. She has a large flourishing vegetable garden at her Sussex home, where she grows dozens of varieties of herbs, plus many topical varieties, and she also keeps ponies, ducks, geese, chickens, and sheep. Her forty acres of woodland were recently named as a site of nature-conservation interest, having been found to contain 250 different species of plants. When not gardening, she loves to travel the world studying exotic flora and fauna.


Grow Your Own

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Gardeners who enjoy walks in the woods will love Charlotte de la Bedoyere's account of the flora and fauna that make up their natural biodiversity. Portrait of a Woodland looks at a mix of animals, insects, trees and other plants. It also contains some amazing photography of all four in their natural settings.

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