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Create a garden that you and your wildlife neighbors can enjoy. Below are four simple ways you can turn your existing garden into a wildlife oasis.

  1. Plant Native Plants

    The biggest obstacle may be deciding which plants to use. A lot of headache can be eliminated if you choose to use native plants. They’re the best for your garden and play a vital role in supporting a healthy environment. Your regional weather and soil provides the perfect environment for native plants to thrive, as non-native or exotic plants can become invasive and destroy natural habitat.

  2. Eliminate Chemicals, Go Organic

    Precious wildlife, from rabbits to deer may use your garden as their personal food source – so don’t rely on toxins and harmful pesticides that can harm wildlife. Instead employ organic gardening solutions instead. Organic methods range from fertilizing with compost to hand-picking pests.

  3. Create a Safe Haven for Wildlife

    The key is to create a garden that attracts a vast variety of species.  A space where wild animals can raise their young and hide from predators are important factors to keep in mind. The seasons change quickly, so also make sure that all year round food sources are available.

  4. Start a Compost Bin

    Composting is essential to creating an environmentally friendly garden. Compost improves soil structure, increases water retention, and provides food for decomposers. Food scraps and lawn waste are the primary components of a composting bin – making this a simple way to vitalize your garden and recycle waste. The outcome is natural fertilizer that can be used to create lush landscapes that you and wildlife can enjoy.


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