Get in the garden in the off-season and take care of important tasks now that save time later.
When you attract birds to your outdoor space, you’ll get willing pollinators who also help eat flies, mosquitos and other pests.
Just being in a garden promotes a sense of well-being. With time and little bit of know-how, it’s possible to build this sense of positive energy into your garden space.
Plant hanging baskets for a hummingbird feast.
Birds that stay in cold climates through winter greatly appreciate extra food. Hungry birds will become daily visitors to a backyard feeding station, making winter more enjoyable for all.
Birds provide a welcome bit of wildlife near the home, and feeders help local bird populations survive during the colder months. Make sure to buy the right seed for local species, keep it safely stored, and clean your feeder.
The mercury’s falling, but you can enjoy your patio for three full seasons when you plant fall crops, feed the birds, and entertain friends and family.
Do you have birds visiting your garden?
When a sunflower head is dried it can be given new life as a natural bird feeder in your yard.
It’s fun and satisfying to feed wild birds, knowing you’re helping them survive during the winter, when natural foods like seeds and insects are in short supply.
Birds are delightful garden guests. Entice them to visit your yard with food, water, and a safe place to raise their young.
Turn a pre-made bird feeder into a planter filled with colorful flowers, foliage, and herbs.