This one is terrific! It covers woodlands, grasslands, rocklands, wetlands, container gardens. Pictures are fantastic and information is right on target. The book starts with answering the question Why? Why replace natural habitats in our gardens - talks to the web of life, has a great drawing showing the interconnectedness; talks to "weeds" versus "wildflowers" (yea, they're the same thing), and so much more. Lots of talk about the use of native plants and the benefits as well as the benefits of attracting wildlife to the garden. Throughout the sections there are full page tables of plants, wildlife etc so it breaks up the text. Love this book! I originally got it because we've been planning to put in a frog pond for awhile and there's a great section on that but its giving me lots of great understanding for othergardens and wild areas too. As one writer once stated, "If you want to see wildlife, let your garden be a wild place."