Members offer their tips on attracting birds.
Host and nectar plants are important for butterflies, but also remember these additional tips for attracting butterflies.
The flutelike song of bright-orange orioles can bring smiles to any gardener.
Unmistakable in their coloring, cedar waxwings have silky brown feathers above and olive-yellow below.
Five first-rate plants you'll hum the praises of.
Dogs that dig, run, and chew are not often compatible with carefully plotted yards.
Don't expect to see many robins eating at your bird feeder in spring.
In natural settings, leaves, bud scales, twigs, fruits, and flakes of bark all accumulate on the ground to form a layer of debris. Encouraging "duff" helps you feed, shelter, and protect wildlife.
First, try planting trees and shrubs with berries.