Too many people squash their garden creepy-crawlies first, and ask questions later; as the author says, the golden rule should be to ask questions first. Far from being plant destroyers, many of them help your plants by pollinating them or by eating the ‘bad guys’ such as greenfly.
Here is a fascinating insight into a miniature world full of ferocious hunters, dedicated mothers, ingenious house builders, and passionate lovers. These creatures are an important part of the garden. Some do not deserve their bad reputations. Earwigs won’t do as much damage to plants as they do good in eating caterpillars, and woodlice help the garden by eating rotting vegetation.
Hard Cover 172 p.