Gardening for Wildlife

1. Grow trees ( nut & fruit), shrubs and plants that are native to your area.

2. Grow local tallgrasses and shrubs that provide a natural cover to shade the animals and birds.

3. Please provide a source of water for local and migrating animals and birds.

4. Grow your own worms in your composit pile to naturally mulch your garden.

5. Provide food and nesting boxes for birds and wildlife.

6. Remember to plant flowers that have orange, red, white. purple and yellow flowers to attract the pollinators.

7. In the desert plant cacti like the Night Blooming Cereus to bring out the night pollinators.

8. Grow your own veggies and some fruits to insure you are eating quality foods

9. Garden without pesticides.

Thank you for helping – Mother Nature


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