Fw: 10 Plants You Can't Kill, Tips to Attract Butterflies & More!
- There are so many dedicated gardeners in the Southeast Sector that I thought this information might be of interest to you.MarleneP.S. However, to avoid any unintentional use and hacked mails, please delete the existing names and only mass forward this information via Bcc only.
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Stacy Tornio, EditorDear Marlene,If you’re trying to attract more birds to your backyard through gardening, then be sure to check out our August/September issue of Birds & Blooms. (It’s arriving in mailboxes soon.) We have a great article on birdscaping with all kinds of plant suggestions. And in the meantime, check out the reader tips in this article on plants for birds.
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10 Plants You Can’t Kill
If you seem to have trouble keeping your plants alive and well, then this “Top 10” list is for you. And keep an eye out in the A/S issue where our “Top 10” features great yellow blooms.
Light the Night
This tin-can lights project is perfect for those summer nights. Make a few for your backyard. Then invite some friends over to enjoy the cool summer evening and catch lightning bugs.
Reader Bud Hensley offers up his secrets for bringing hummingbirds to the backyard to get great photos. (Also, be sure to check out our Photography newsletter to get more photo tips each month.)
Take a look at what’s happening on our blog.
What do you do when your herbs start flowering? Noelle has the answer.
Blooms for Butterflies
You can attract butterflies and have gorgeous containers with these plans from Jill.
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