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Wildlife Garden

A natural life garden can be depicted as a situation that is appealing to different types of untamed life, for example, winged animals, creatures of land and water, reptiles, creepy crawlies, and warm blooded animals. Natural life greenhouses may contain a scope of environments, including a lake to draw in frogs, dragonflies, and winged creatures; settle boxes for feathered creatures, log heaps to give asylum to creepy crawlies, reptiles, and worms; plants that pull in helpful bugs; and a differing supply of sustenance (year round) to pull in and keep untamed life in the garden.

There are four prerequisites to give a natural surroundings to untamed life, and these requirements can without much of a stretch be provided when you start to make your own particular untamed life cultivate. The four fundamentals are nourishment, water, assurance, and a place to raise a family.

Plant perennials and annuals that offer nectar, seeds, and fruits to provide nourishment for the wildlife in your garden. Shrubs that produce fruits and berries can be selected to provide food sources for wildlife.

A pond, water garden, or bird bath filled with fresh water provides a water source. Water is an essential component for any size and variety of garden.

Native plantings are best for the wildlife and the habitat. Some of the native species that we have are Eastern Hemlock (tsuga canadensis); Red Oak (quercus coccinea); Black-eyed Susan (rudbeckia hirta); Coneflower (rudbeckia laciniata); Pagoda Dogwood (cornus alternifolia); Lanceleaf Coreopsis (coreopsis lanceolata); Bluebell Bellfower(campanula rotundifolia); and Yarrow (achilea millefolium).

Trees provide the backbone of your wildlife habitat. Trees add protection, a place to raise a family, and provide roosting places along migratory routes. Low growing plants and ground covers are critical. They play an important role for ground-hunting creatures and provide vital shelter and protection for fledging birds and other wildlife escaping predation.

We have attracted a wide variety of birds to our gardens, along with frogs, dragon flies, butterflies, squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits, and an occasional hawk.