Design a Wildlife Garden–Instalment Last

Design Your Wildlife Garden We’ve had an overview of the Wildlife Garden with “How to Design the Wildlife Garden”. That covered a lot about Birds. Next were a bunch more B’s–Planning Your Wildlife Garden—Bees, Butterflies, Beneficials. Finally, let’s look at ponds … Continue reading

Planning Your Wildlife Garden (cont’d.)

Last month I covered the basics of planning your wildlife garden: Water. Food. Shelter. Don’t use pesticides. Do plant some natives (NatureScapeBC.ca is a great resource)–here’s a short list of natives for various garden sites. Include a wide variety of plants–flowers, … Continue reading

How to Design a Wildlife Garden

“If You Build It They Will Come” First of all, why should you bother with a “wildlife garden”? Providing habitat for native critters will not only benefit them, but you as well. The more diversity you have in your garden … Continue reading

Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day–the Ides of July

Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day–the Ides of July May Dreams Gardens hosts a monthly blogger’s party called–you may have guessed it–Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day (Oh and btw my keyboard has had a little too much spilled tea so the period and comma … Continue reading