I’ve been a busy little bee trying to launch a new project, but I’m also trying to get back on our regularly scheduled program here. To that end let’s take a look at the Best of the Web for this week.
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Did you know that wildlife gardeners have a completely different list of spring chores than other gardeners? Karyl at Native Plant Wildlife Gardening has written an amusing and fun article about her spring chores in her wildlife garden. Follow @habitatgarden
If you’d like to Lessen Your Footprint with Sustainable Gardening, check out Helen Yoest’s post. You may remember that Helen’s Garden was chosen by you (our wonderful readers) as the favorite Ecosystem Garden for 2009. She makes Sustainable Gardening very interesting! Follow @HelenYoest
Have you ever thought that Gardening on a Small Budget Sometimes Misses the Big Picture? Kathy Green, of Gardening for Nature discusses Sustainable Gardening and how not to miss the point when you’re working on a small budget. Follow @gardenfornature
I’m having some warmer climate envy. So I was thrilled to discover a new blog, Native Gardener, who is located in Topanga Canyon California. Follow the amazing growth of one agave plant. It’s beautiful! Follow @nativegardener
Another newly discovered blog for me is Native Plants with Adam’s Garden. I’m so excited every time I find another native plant/wildlife loving blogger! Discover the wild garden through his eyes. Join his Facebook fanpage
Liisa in Vermont is a wonderful blog by an artist, photographer, poet, nature-loving gardener. I’ve just come across her blog and really enjoyed looking through her beautiful photographs. Check out In Search of Spring for Bloom Day, where I was particularly struck by the beautiful doorways and flowers.
Andrew Keys at Garden Smackdown has issued a challenge for us all to take an inventory of the native plants in our gardens. This is a great way to become familiar with the place of origin for all the plants in our gardens. Are you up to the challenge?
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These are the most fascinating stories I found from around the web this week, but I’m sure I may have missed something. What grabbed your attention this week? What’s the news from your garden? Please share your wildlife garden adventures with us by leaving a comment below.
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