The natural garden is in it’s prime late summer. Some plants are beginning to bloom while other species have gone to seed.
The mark of a successful pollinator garden is not simply the amount of flowers present in a space but the consistency in which blooms are present during the changing seasons. This will ensure healthy foraging opportunities for a multitude of pollinators without large gaps of nectar ‘famine’ in between. There are a number of native species that embrace the heat…
This native shrub is great for erosion control, has stunning winter interest and provides valuable food for birds and wildlife during our long Canadian winters.
Is there actually a gender difference between plant species? There is! But not for every native species. Find out which species have these unique qualities.
Learn why milkweed species are of utmost importance for monarch butterflies. And discover how to turn your garden or property into a place where this wonderful butterfly can breed.