Landscaping for Wildlife

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Chicory
Neighborly Natural Landscaping in Residential Areas - Articles Articles
Homeowners across America are changing the face of the typical American lawn. Learn strategies for the natural landscape homeowner who is looking for neighborly ways to garden for nature. More
Echinacea Diseases
Echinacea Diseases - Articles Articles
Informational table showing disease name, symptoms, pathogen/cause, and management of Echinacea diseases. More
Goldenrod (Solidago) Diseases
Goldenrod (Solidago) Diseases - Articles Articles
Informational table showing disease name, symptoms, pathogen/cause, and management of Goldenrod (Solidago) diseases. More
Scolia dubia on goldenrod / David Hill / platycryptus on flickr.com/CC BY 4.0
Blue winged wasp, Scolia dubia—is a real asset! - Articles Articles
Have you seen this wasp flying over the landscape about 12” above the ground, circling in a mass of its fellow wasps? More
Anise Hyssop (Agastache foeniculum): Perennial Photo, Sandy Feather
Landscaping to Attract and Conserve Beneficial Insects - Articles Articles
Beneficial insects are those that consume or parasitize insect pests. More
Ornamentals and Deer: Realities and Landscape Plant Options
Ornamentals and Deer: Realities and Landscape Plant Options - Articles Articles
There is much frustration toward the prevalence of deer and the damage they cause. More
Long-blooming Perennials
Long-blooming Perennials - Articles Articles
A listing of perennial plants with long bloom times. More
Cardinal Flower
Gardening for Birds - News News

Gardening for Birds

09/13/2017

Birds can be found everywhere – parks, lakes, forests, cities, even your own backyard; however, birds are finding our homes less and less appealing. More
Micrathena gracilis female
Spined Micrathena - Articles Articles
This small spider is commonly encountered in wooded locations, including landscaped residential and suburban locales. More
Spiders Commonly Encountered In Pennsylvania and the Northeast
Spiders Commonly Encountered In Pennsylvania and the Northeast - Articles Articles
Spiders are beneficial animals that feed on arthropods, including insects. Spiders rarely bite people, and most species found in the world are harmless. More
Herbert A. 'Joe' Pase III, Texas A&M Forest Service, Bugwood.org
Yellow Garden Spider - Articles Articles
Yellow garden spiders are seen in gardens, tall weeds, and sunny areas with bushes and other supporting structures on which they build their large orb webs. More
Salticus scenicus female
Zebra Jumper - Articles Articles
This spider, originally from Europe and Asia, is found sporadically from Nova Scotia to British Columbia, south to Georgia, and westward to Colorado. More
Joseph Berger, Bugwood.org
Woodlouse Hunter Spider - Articles Articles
The woodlouse hunter spider preys on pill bugs or sow bugs (order Isopoda) and derives its common name from the British common name for these crustaceans. More
Spring Plants that are Poisonous to Horses, Dogs and Barn Cats
Spring Plants that are Poisonous to Horses, Dogs and Barn Cats - Articles Articles
Many ornamental plants can be harmful to horses, dogs and barn cats. More
Wheel bug nymphs
Attracting Beneficial Insects - Articles Articles
There are numerous insects that can be considered “beneficial.” More
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