Horseradish will happily settle in any sunny corner of your garden, but beware: You’ll have a hard time evicting it if you ever change your mind. Each tiny piece of horseradish root that stays in the ground can sprout a whole new plant.
With more than 4,000 bee species native to North America, these colorful insects are one of the easiest types of wildlife to attract to your garden.
With their bright orange and black wings, monarchs are one of the most easily recognizable butterflies.
Wildlife gardens should include more than just the furred and the feathered. For your next garden project, consider the slithery and the slimy, too.
Feeding wild birds is one of the easiest ways to experience the natural world right outside your door.
If you’re terrified by bats or consider them little more than winged mice, let me assure you that their benefits far outweigh any perceived negative impact they have.
Aloes are generally undemanding, but be careful not to overwater them.
Ironite is a soil supplement and fertilizer used primarily on golf greens and athletic fields.
Tulip trees are also called tulip poplar or yellow poplar.
Gingko trees are dioecious, which means they are either male or female.