May is Gardening for Wildlife Month

Be it an apartment balcony or a 20-acre farm, any space can accommodate a garden that attracts beautiful wildlife and helps restore habitat in commercial and residential areas.  By providing food, water, cover and a place for wildlife to raise their young you not only help wildlife, but your property can also quality to become an official Certified Wildlife Habitat.  During May, the National Wildlife Federation sponsors this month to inspire and assist anyone who is passionate about wildlife to make a difference right in their own backyard.  For more information please visit the National Wildlife Federation Website.  (Source:  Chase's Calendar of Events)

 Grow more with less : sustainable garden methods : less water, less work, less money / Vincent A. Simeone Grow more with less : sustainable garden methods : less water, less work, less money / Vincent A. Simeone.  Eco-friendly strategic planning for your garden.
   
 Small-space container gardens : transform your balcony, porch, or patio with fruits, flowers, foliage & herbs / Fern Richardson
Small-space container gardens : transform your balcony, porch, or patio with fruits, flowers, foliage & herbs / Fern Richardson. 
 Audubon butterfly DVD [DVD-videorecording] : essentials for beginners and gardeners / written by Paul A. Opler
Audubon butterfly DVD [DVD-videorecording] : essentials for beginners and gardeners / written by Paul A. Opler.
Little house in the suburbs : backyard farming and home skills for self-sufficient living / Deanna Caswell
Little house in the suburbs : backyard farming and home skills for self-sufficient living / Deanna Caswell.
The bumper book of nature : a user's guide to the outdoors / Stephen Moss The bumper book of nature : a user's guide to the outdoors / Stephen Moss
 Better homes and gardens complete guide to container gardening / Better homes and gardens Better homes and gardens complete guide to container gardening / Better homes and gardens
Plantas en macetas / Andi Clevely Plantas en macetas / Andi Clevely

 

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