Learn about the annual phenomenon that sees our homes, garages, barns and sheds festooned with ladybugs on a sunny autumn day.
Here are simple step by step instructions on how to set up a worm composting bin. From hints and tips on what wormery to buy, to what to feed the worms, this article shows you the starting stages of setting up your own worm farm to bring you the very best completely organic natural fertilizer for your garden.
Discover the best ways to attract the American Goldfinch to your backyard birdfeeder, plus view pictures and learn some interesting facts.
Ladybugs are your friends in the garden. They do no damage, yet eat most of the pesky pests that do! Release some ladybugs and keep your flowers and plants growing beautifully.
Looking to start a butterfly garden in Florida? These are the 5 essential nectar sources you need in your garden!
Honey bees are very important to food resources because they pollinate many crops. Beekeepers are seeing massive die-offs. What is killing our honey bees?
Oklahoma is home to a wide variety of butterflies. Here are ten of the prettiest Oklahoma butterflies with tips for attracting them to your yard and garden.
Feed birds during the cold winter months by hanging feeders full of their favorite seeds. Learn how to make an easy pinecone feeder too!
Harvesting honey from your hive is a fun and exciting endeavor. Photos, videos, and step by step instructions to extracting honey from your backyard hive.
Beneficial insects and spiders are useful for keeping harmful insects away from your plants and garden. You can attract native species or buy them online or in catalogs if you're a savvy shopper.
Looking to start a butterfly garden in Florida? Here are the 5 essential host plants for the Florida butterfly garden.
Mason Bees are one of the best-kept secrets of gardening and orchards. You have probably seen them many times and had not realized it. If you are a gardener, then you need to read this article.
Vermicomposting is a good substitute for composting outdoors. Using a small bin, some newspaper or cardboard, red wiggler worms and a little patience, you can make nutritious compost for your garden.
Organic gardening depends on maintaining the fragile balance between the plants and veggies against the bugs that want to eat them. The best defense is teaming up with the beneficial insects.