It’s that time of year when holiday preparations are well under way, but don’t forget your wildlife garden (and your wildlife gardener friends) during this time!
Gifts for the Wildlife Gardener
This year I’m being a Hobbit for wildlife for the holidays, by giving something back to wildlife and some amazing local organizations dedicated to protecting habitat and making a better place for our feathered, furred, and winged friends. A gift in your loved ones name to one of these organizations is a wonderful way to share the love.
My dedicated and passionate teams of writers at Beautiful Wildlife Garden and Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens have collectively authored 53 books about wildlife gardening, nature, sustainable landscaping, and so much more. We greatly appreciate your supporting their work. I’m sure you’ll find the perfect gift to share with your friends and family from among this list.
My teams have also come up with an amazing list of their “Must Read” books. Books that have inspired them, stretched their minds, and provided much food for thought. There’s some old standbys and lots of newly released books you’ll want to be sure to add to your bookshelf.
The Holiday Wildlife Garden
Check out our comprehensive series Ultimate Guides to a Spectacular Wildlife Garden
Debbie Roberts is busy making plans and resolutions for what she’d like to accomplish in her wildlife garden next year. She’s got lots of great ideas to share with you: Winter Resolutions in Your Wildlife Garden
Ellen Honeycutt has some wonderful tips about planting and using holiday greens in Christmas in Dixie.
I’ve pulled together some of the teams best tips for Caring for Birds in the Winter Wildlife Garden.
Pat Sutton teaches us how to build a butterfly shelter to give butterflies a safe and cozy place to weather the winter months.
Please stop by and check out this wonderful reinterpretation of the 12 Days of Christmas by Loret T. Setters with stunning photos.
Above all else have fun with the Dreaming Time! Imagine all the possibilities for your garden. Play with many ideas and just let your mind go wild. Then take the time to make a plan. The wildlife in your garden will thank you.
What are your plans and resolutions for YOUR wildlife garden?
Check out my new free online course Ecosystem Gardening Essentials, 15 free lessons delivered to your inbox every week, teaching you to garden sustainably, conserve natural resources, and create welcoming habitat for wildlife in your garden.
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