To attract toads to your space simply provide cool, damp spots by using shade-loving lush-leafed plants such as hostas, lungwort or brunnera.
Ever wonder why Nature put the caffeine in the bean? Here’s why.
Unlike hives of honeybees the bumblebee enters winter in a hive of one. And it isn’t so much a hive as it is a hole.
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One lone ladybug can consume 60 aphids a day making them a most welcome asset to anyone’s garden.
When I was about seven years old we were staying at a campground that sold red wigglers for […]
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Wood ash is useful both in the garden and out! 15 Uses for Wood Ash Before starting each […]
Stinging nettles are often hated, always feared and rarely invited to dinner. And that’s a shame because this herb […]