What to Plant Now to Benefit Wildlife in Spring — Wyndesong’s Place — ravenhawks’ magazine Magick for Mind Body and Soul

These North American native plants will support birds, butterflies, and other pollinators when spring comes Fall is a great time to plant, because many trees, shrubs, sedges, and even perennial flowers are going dormant. 22 more words What to Plant Now to Benefit Wildlife in Spring — Wyndesong’s Place What to Plant Now to Benefit Wildlife in Spring — Wyndesong’s Place — ravenhawks’ magazine Magick for Mind … Continue reading What to Plant Now to Benefit Wildlife in Spring — Wyndesong’s Place — ravenhawks’ magazine Magick for Mind Body and Soul

Upcycled Garden Decor & DIY Landscaping Hacks [Visuals] — ecogreenlove

Re-using materials that you can find around the house is more sustainable than buying your decorations new and will give your garden its own unique style.  Next time your garden needs a decor refresh, check out what materials you have and try one of these decor ideas for your dream garden. Upcycled Garden Decor & DIY Landscaping Hacks [Visuals] — ecogreenlove Continue reading Upcycled Garden Decor & DIY Landscaping Hacks [Visuals] — ecogreenlove

10 Xeriscaping Ideas for Dry Climates [Visual] — ecogreenlove

It’s easy to see the appeal of xeriscaping. From lowering monthly water bills and less maintenance to helping out the environment, it definitely has its perks. If you are contemplating converting your lawn to a xeriscaped space, here are a few tips to get you started on the right path. 10 Xeriscaping Ideas for Dry Climates [Visual] — ecogreenlove Continue reading 10 Xeriscaping Ideas for Dry Climates [Visual] — ecogreenlove

Kew Gardens sets new world record for largest plant collection at nearly 17,000

Kew Gardens has secured a new world record for the “largest collection of living plants at a single-site botanic garden”. From the longest and biggest to the smelliest and smallest, the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew’s record-breaking plant collections have long been renowned for being amongst the most valuable and varied in the plant kingdom. Kew Gardens is home to an impressive 16,900 species of … Continue reading Kew Gardens sets new world record for largest plant collection at nearly 17,000

8 Ideas to Give Your Yard a Boost for Fall — Wyndesong’s Place — ravenhawks’ magazine Magick for Mind Body and Soul

As we move into fall, our homes and gardens can offer something different than they did in summer. A pot of brightly colored flowers on your porch can help lift your mood and brighten your street. […] 8 Ideas to Give Your Yard a Boost for Fall — Wyndesong’s Place 8 Ideas to Give Your Yard a Boost for Fall — Wyndesong’s Place — ravenhawks’ magazine … Continue reading 8 Ideas to Give Your Yard a Boost for Fall — Wyndesong’s Place — ravenhawks’ magazine Magick for Mind Body and Soul

Tiny Pond: How to create a mini pond in a container pot

Want to attract some aquatic wildlife to your garden? It is possible to create a tiny pond in a container, which in spite of its size will benefit numerous wildlife. What’s more creating a pond in a container is easy and requires little maintenance. Check out the video below from the Natural History Museum which shows you how to create a tiny pond. Rosa Medea … Continue reading Tiny Pond: How to create a mini pond in a container pot

Summer Flowers for your Eco-Friendly Garden [Visual] — ecogreenlove

In this post are some of the most versatile, beautiful flowers that will grow across many climates and temperatures. Add a variety of summer and year-round perennial flowers to your garden to replenish its ecosystem and overall beauty. Summer Flowers for your Eco-Friendly Garden [Visual] — ecogreenlove Continue reading Summer Flowers for your Eco-Friendly Garden [Visual] — ecogreenlove

Tips on Cultivating a Year-Round Eco-Friendly Garden — ecogreenlove

Gardening, in general, is typically an eco-friendly activity. However, if you want to have a garden year-round, you might think you have to make choices that aren’t exactly good for the environment. For some, that might include using pesticides in the summer. Or, you might turn toward chemically-laden soils and “boosters” to help plants grow in cooler temperatures. Tips on Cultivating a Year-Round Eco-Friendly Garden — … Continue reading Tips on Cultivating a Year-Round Eco-Friendly Garden — ecogreenlove

Crop Swap LA: Transforming lawns in Los Angeles into microfarms and feeding communities

Crop Swap LA is aiming to grow food on unused spaces in Los Angeles, creating sustainable green jobs and hyperlocal, nutrient-rich food for communities as well as the knowledge of how to grow it. The group, founded by LA resident and former stock trader Jamiah Hargins, aims to eliminate food scarcity by making use of unused places in the city. Earlier this year Crop Swap LA … Continue reading Crop Swap LA: Transforming lawns in Los Angeles into microfarms and feeding communities