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Planting a Garden for the Birds

Planting a Garden for the Birds

Birds are the most welcome wildlife in the landscape garden. They are beautiful, musical, interesting to watch. Unlike deer and other large visitors that eat plants, birds can even protect your garden by eating harmful bugs. There are so many reasons to encourage birds to visit or even take up residence in your garden. Fortunately, welcoming birds to your yard […]

We Earthlings: Native Plants Support Local Ecosystems

We Earthlings: Native Plants Support Local Ecosystems

When selecting plants for your garden, native plants are an excellent choice. Native plants provide food and shelter for important pollinators and other wildlife, supporting local ecosystems. Because they are adapted to the climate and soil conditions where they naturally grow, they require minimal care to survive in that region. Knowing your local plant hardiness zone can help you select […]

Plant With Purpose: Benefit Wildlife, the Planet, & You!

Plant With Purpose: Benefit Wildlife, the Planet, & You!

Now is the time to make your yard or garden wildlife-friendly. Whether you’re a gardening novice with a small balcony or a gardening pro with a few acres, you can provide for local wildlife by planting with purpose. Wildlife gardens not only help butterflies, bees, and birds, but they are also a source of solace for you and a healthy […]

Xeriscaping 101: Landscaping With Minimal Water

Xeriscaping 101: Landscaping With Minimal Water

If you wish your garden used zero water, a xeriscape might be right for you. Xēros is the Greek word for “dry.” So a xeriscape is a dry landscape. For a lot of people, the word xeriscape evokes a harsh, barren image. But a dry landscape doesn’t have to look dry. Even a true desert landscape can be much softer […]

We Earthlings: Native Plants Thrive With Minimal Care

We Earthlings: Native Plants Thrive With Minimal Care

You can reduce your use of chemical garden amendments and use less water in your garden by planting native plants appropriate to your region. These plants thrive in their native climate with minimal care, which means you can reduce nonpoint source pollution and conserve water simultaneously. In addition, many native plants support pollinators like butterflies, bees, and birds, which help keep […]

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