Hone your backyard spidey senses and learn about these garden good guys.
Garden bugs in the backyard are not always a bad thing. We're breaking down the good, the bad and the ugly so you can keep harmful garden insect pests away.
Help these good bees thrive in your backyard.
Take a nighttime stroll through moonlit flowers and evening pollinators.
Many people think that moths are the nighttime equivalent of butterflies, but it’s not quite…
Learn why you want this charming insect in your backyard.
Learning how to keep bees in your backyard can be a challenge. Follow this newbie’s journey to learn how to get your backyard abuzz with a hive of your own.
Turn over a leaf and meet the intriguing hunters in your backyard.
Butterflies and bugs tuck away for winter under leaves and beneath tree bark.
Help the declining pollinator population and become a bee champion.
From painted ladies to monarchs and malachite butterflies you’ll want to add all of these butterflies to your must see list!
Butterflying made simple! Learn butterfly names and the where the best places are to look for them.
In a world of bright butterflies, don’t forget about these fascinatingly cool insects.
Plant your garden with bees in mind and help these powerful
Create an ideal habitat for bees by planting flowers these helpful garden bugs need to thrive.
Among the hundreds of thousands of bug species, not all of them are bad for your yard. Learn the good bugs for your garden and find out how to attract then to your yard.
Gather some lights, bring some bananas, and invite friends for a whole lot of late-night fun with moths!
Japanese beetles are an unwelcome sight to most gardeners, but there are plenty of beetles that are actually good bugs for your garden.
Looking for ways to eliminate garden insect pests, without resorting to pesticides? Get our tips for controlling garden bugs.
Not all garden bugs are bad! Learn about good bugs for your garden and how they help.
Ever wondered “What’s singing in my garden?” We’ve got answers! Find out more about singing garden bugs.
Bees and their look-alikes are good bugs for your garden. Learn about robber flies, bee flies, and more.
Get to know these beautiful moths, and you’ll realize these are good bugs for your garden.
Some butterfly and moth caterpillars can be serious garden insect pests. Get tips for controlling these garden bugs.
Some of the most beautiful of garden bugs, skimmer dragonflies eat pest insects, making them very good bugs for your garden.
It takes more than nectar to increase the variety of species in your garden. Learn about butterfly host plants and which ones to choose.
Without our garden pollinators, we wouldn’t have gardens at all. Learn which bugs and animals pollinate plants, and how to help them thrive.