[The Jungle Garden] EBOOK / KINDLE


  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • The Jungle Garden
  • Dave Goulson
  • English
  • 12 October 2018
  • 9781787331358

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  1. says: review ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Dave Goulson [The Jungle Garden] EBOOK / KINDLE Dave Goulson ☆ 5 Free read

    characters The Jungle Garden Dave Goulson ☆ 5 Free read [The Jungle Garden] EBOOK / KINDLE Dave Goulson has changed the lives of thousands of insects in my neighborhood He has inspired me to let the lawn grow to grow bee friendly flowers from seed to only buy peat free earth for my pots He has opened my eyes to the ecological collap

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    characters The Jungle Garden [The Jungle Garden] EBOOK / KINDLE review ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Dave Goulson Goulson’s books are all great but also all of a piece such that you could pick just one to read and it might as well be A Sting in the Tale and don’t necessarily need to follow it with the rest His focus in all his boo

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    characters The Jungle Garden [The Jungle Garden] EBOOK / KINDLE If you are fortunate to have a garden but don’t really pay it much attention then you might not be aware of the insects and other w

  4. says: characters The Jungle Garden review ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Dave Goulson Dave Goulson ☆ 5 Free read

    characters The Jungle Garden Dave Goulson ☆ 5 Free read review ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Dave Goulson I bought this book for its title Gardening to save the planet and the blurb promised a discussion of the kind of re wilding I had learned abo

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    [The Jungle Garden] EBOOK / KINDLE Dave Goulson ☆ 5 Free read review ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Dave Goulson I really enjoyed this book it taught me a lot and has me inspired and excited about my family gardenThis ecological education on a small scale

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    [The Jungle Garden] EBOOK / KINDLE I so enjoyed this book It is not really about gardening at all but the author is passionate about insects and small animals The book is full of the amazing and often funny habits of ants ladybirds earthworms and so on But there is always a serious side There is much to be said in praise of composting and digging Dave Goulson goes overboard about the modern garden centre but he does admit it too I learned a lot and started to look much clo

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    [The Jungle Garden] EBOOK / KINDLE Dave please never stop I have just put my name on the list for allotment

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    [The Jungle Garden] EBOOK / KINDLE This is a book that will make you look at your garden differently It doesn't only focus on how it looks but the goings on underneat

  9. says: [The Jungle Garden] EBOOK / KINDLE Dave Goulson ☆ 5 Free read review ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Dave Goulson

    [The Jungle Garden] EBOOK / KINDLE review ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Dave Goulson characters The Jungle Garden I was going to knock this book down a star because of the occasional unnecessary inflammatory comment I came to learn about gardening

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    [The Jungle Garden] EBOOK / KINDLE Dave Goulson ☆ 5 Free read The Garden Jungle by Dave Goulson was just what I was looking for in a garden read as we start our garden this year in earnest It was full of interesting knowledge about apples earwigs worms bees bug hotels moths auatic insects and I honestly never knew how beneficial earwigs are but have loved worms and ladybirds for mo

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The Jungle Garden

review ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Dave Goulson Free download The Jungle Garden 105 Within just a few paces of youDave Goulson gives us an insight into the fascinating and sometimes weird lives of these creatures taking us burrowing into the compost heap digging under the lawn and diving into the garden pond He explains how our lives and ultimately the fate of humankind are inextricably intertwined with that of earwigs bees lacewings and hoverflies unappreciated heroes of the natural world The Garden Jungle is at times an immensely serious book exploring the environmental harm inadvertently. I really enjoyed this book it taught me a lot and has me inspired and excited about my family gardenThis ecological education on a small scale is crucial to us reconnecting with nature on our doorstep rather than needing to travel to a tropical jungle and the discussion of growing your own vegetables is incredible Would recommendThe loss of one star is a harsh criticism mainly the the fact that I wanted photos of the bees described some of the plants discussed I guess a later book could give us some in depth advice on how to garden well too

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review ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Dave Goulson Free download The Jungle Garden 105 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER The Garden Jungle is a wonderful introduction to the hundreds of small creatures with whom we live cheek by jowl and of the myriad ways that we can encourage them to thrive The Garden Jungle is about the wildlife that lives right under our noses in our gardens and parks between the gaps in the pavement and in the soil beneath our feet Wherever you are right now the chances are that there are worms woodlice centipedes flies silverfish wasps beetles mice shrews and much much uietly living. If you are fortunate to have a garden but don t really pay it much attention then you might not be aware of the insects and other wildlife that inhabit it at the moment It is a jungle out there but one that you need to get down on your hands and knees to see properly Everything from the microbes worms and ants in the soil to the insects that pollinate and right up to the small mammals and birds that prey on all of these creatures lower down the food chainIf you can tear your attention away from the screen and take a few moments to go out into the garden then we need to understand what makes them tick and some of their lifecycle to help these creatures For a lot of them their lives are short sharp and very often brutal Oh and weird very weird Goulson ventures beneath the soil into the compost heap and rootles around at the bottom of the pond to find out about their lives and just how intertwined all layers of life are on this planetInsects are the bottom in a very long food chain if they collapse in numbers then everything further up will suffer and the current evidence is suggesting that that collapse has already started A garden that is sensitively planted can bring a huge number of insects in and will help all types of wildlife Some insect friendly plants that are available from garden centres but a crowd funded PHD project found a cocktail of insecticides in particular neonicotinoids fungicides and other pesticides on them When Goulson raised this publicly some organisation have made steps to do something about this but other organisations who really should know better have maintained a worrying silence about thisDidn t feel that this was as good as his previous books but it is still as well written with the occasional humorous moment You also get a sense of his anger over the way that some things are continuing with the overwhelming evidence that drenching our land in chemicals is doing far harm than companies would have you believe His greatest ire is for the insect friendly plants that are being marketed his advice don t look for the label look at the plants that have lots of insects gathering around them and buy those instead and don t use chemicals on them when you do get them home He has a strong message that we would be wise to heed It is worth reading alongside The Bumble Bee Flies Anyway by Kate Bradbury and her account of changing a garden from a wildlife blackhole to a place full of life 35 stars

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review ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Dave Goulson Free download The Jungle Garden 105 Done by gardeners who buy intensively reared plants in disposable plastic pots sprayed with pesticides and grown in peat cut from the ground Goulson argues that gardens could become places where we can reconnect with nature and rediscover where food comes from With just a few small changes our gardens could become a vast network of tiny nature reserves where humans and wildlife can thrive together in harmony rather than conflictFor anyone who has a garden and cares about our planet this book is essential readi. This is a book that will make you look at your garden differently It doesn t only focus on how it looks but the goings on underneath the soil and the insects and wildlife that visits your little part of the earth daily and as a keen gardener and fan of wildlife I m even eager now to do bit and take time out to notice the little things and leave things a little wild to help do my bitThis is a really relevant book for the times we are living in and no than now with many people staying home due to the lockdown and spending time in their garden than they normally do The only downside for me is that the people who need to read this the most are the ones who won t pick this up as it s not full of glossy photos or uick fixes for a low maintenance garden the kind of people who revel in the throwaway society we find ourselves in who want everything to be easy to look after and to keep all the creepy crawlies out This books shows just how important all the wildlife is to the make up of the garden and doesn t preach at you but explains things brilliantly and shows just how simple it can be to get the balance in the garden just rightThere are nods to using peat free compost the benefits of being outdoors the importance of allotments and growing your own along with many other subjects such as the variety of animals that use our gardens daily that shows that we can all do our bit in a little way to help this planet of ours I really loved seeing a list of favourite plants he uses to attract different forms of wildlife along with instructions on how to make your own wormery which has got me tempted to give it a go I ve learnt so much from this book and found it to be so informative and interesting from a man who is clearly passionate about the subject he writes out Highly recommended