Gardening for Birds

Attracting birds to your garden is a fairly simple task.  If you have a good mix of trees, shrubs and flowers, you’re bound to attract some.  If you’ve setup a feeding station with supplemental food and a bird bath, expect to attract numerous species over the course of a year. Up north, some of the... Continue Reading →

February Blahs

Oh to live and garden in England where the daffodils are already in bloom.  Instead, I’m buried under a foot of snow (which, actually, is less than our norm at this time of year thanks to El Nino) with today anticipated to bring at least 5 inches of snow and a ½ inch of freezing... Continue Reading →

Wildlife Gardener

So, what does that mean exactly?  Well, for me, it means to garden with an eye toward creating a sanctuary for birds, bees and other wildlife.  To create an environment free of the toxins—the herbicides, pesticides and synthetic fertilizers that are poisoning us and the world around us—in which the local wildlife can eat, breath... Continue Reading →

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