Plant bulbs now to enjoy early blooms in spring.
Birds and Blooms Blog
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It’s the time of year when people start to thing about taking their feeders down for their hummingbirds. But, don’t take them down quite yet!
The showstopping blooms of a Cattleya will tempt almost any gardener to try growing orchids. Learn what you need to be successful.
During migration season, I’m often asked why some birds choose to migrate while others are content to stay in the same area year round.
Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc in Florida, and waiting it out was agonizing. My midnight visit from this White Peacock butterfly made it a bit more bearable.
Bird’s beaks come in all shapes and sizes but, why is that? Let’s explore why there is variation and take a look at some of the most interesting beaks.
Ready to give growing orchids a try? Phalaenopsis, also known as moth orchids, are a great place to start.
It’s the time of year when Chimney Swifts congregate in huge flocks which gives us a great opportunity to view hundreds of them in one spot!
Need a free-flowering plant that tolerates heat and humidty? Annual vinca is a great option for your garden.