What’s a backyard wildlife habitat without butterflies? Incomplete! Check our list of nectar and host plants before shopping.
Whether planting in a woodland, prairie, wetland or savanna environment, the basics are the same. Here’s what to consider.
Wildlife make use of trees from top to bottom, but they aren’t all equal in value. See our list of best trees, from large to small.
Attract hummingbirds to your yard with plants from this list of favored native plants, including bloom times and zones.
Mulch makes a big difference to planting beds. It helps to reduce evaporation, maintain soil temperature and more.
A pond, small or large, looks prettiest when it’s flanked with plants, and wildlife prefers them. A pond needs three kinds. See our plant lists.
Bring butterflies up-close with pots of annuals on your porch, deck or patio. See our list of butterflies and the annuals they like.
Swaying gracefully in the gentlest breeze, native grasses seem to be the “free spirits” of plantdom. But, their looks are…
Clay soil is the bane of garden plants. But the perennials on this list defy the odds and even manage to flourish.