How to Get Rid of Slugs in the Garden
Slugs eat through and create damage to fruits, vegetables, plant leaves and seedlings. What does the damage look like? Have a slug issues? Here is how to get rid of slugs in the garden.Read More
Slugs eat through and create damage to fruits, vegetables, plant leaves and seedlings. What does the damage look like? Have a slug issues? Here is how to get rid of slugs in the garden.Read More →
Ants are attracted to sugar and sweetness and since hummingbird feeders are made up of sugar water, they, of course, are going to go straight for the mixture. Here are 6 ways to keep ants out of your hummingbird feeders.Read More →
Eggshells Agitate Ants
Here is a fun fact for you and a reason to save your eggshells. For some reason, eggshells agitate ants enough to relocate them. The process is simple, really and cheap. For the most part, it works wonderfully to push ant hills out of an area or discourage them from going into an area.
Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
The eastern tiger swallowtail (Papilio glaucus), is a species of swallowtail butterfly native to eastern North America. It is one of the most familiar butterflies in the eastern United States, where it is common in many different habitats.
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Every plant can have an aphid issue at some point. Aphids feed on all plants and leaves by piercing stems and leaves and sucking the fluid out of them.
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Attract Mason bees by building homes. A Mason bee pollinates early spring orchards, flowers and berry canes for about a 4 week period. They collect nectar and pollen to line their nests and thus, in doing so; are pollinating all our spring following plants.
There are several kinds of bees, The one I love to see, attract and even live in my yard is the Mason bee. Mason bees are non-stinging bees and valuable to pollinating plants.
Yesterday, I received a question in my Facebook inbox that included pictures. It is an excellent question too. What is eating my cabbage plants ?
The life cycle of the monarch butterfly is one of beauty
Feeding and Attracting Butterflies
Want to attract butterflies to your backyard?