Let’s remember the wildlife this holiday. Below are ten ideas that you can create, install, or do at home to provide food, water, or shelter for a variety of wildlife. These can also make excellent gifts for anyone on your holiday list that would enjoy supporting wildlife in their yard.
Discover exactly which plants to add to your yard, based on the birds you want to attract.
Pant ID can be difficult but these tips will give you the resources you need to get to know the all
of plants in your gardens.
Have you had enough of all the mowing, watering, and chemical applications needed to keep your traditional turf short, green, and weed free? Are you interested in improving your yard to provide habitat for birds and other wildlife but still want to keep a grassy open area for recreation? Perhaps it is time to go […]
There are many factors to consider when choosing native grasses. Let this guide help you decide.
If you've fought the lawn and the lawn won, let this inspire you to make a come back.
Flowering plants are foundational in the understory of a structurally diverse habitat. Their role is multifaceted–as sources of food for pollinators, caterpillars, birds, and other herbivores, to create aesthetic appeal, and as homes for ecologically important fauna like predatory insects. Without flowering plants these crucial ecological relationships would collapse, changing the nature of the site, and its potential ecosystem services dramatically. This is true especially for native flowers.