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    Attracting Birds To Your Garden

    Prevent Algae from Growing in Your Birdbath

    A Z of Bird Feeders

    Bird bath

    rock birdbath

    For the Birds A simple basin settles easily into the garden's edge where feathered friends can drop in to drink, splash, and bathe. Form your birdbath in the garden by scooping out a shallow hole, shaping a 15-inch-wide and 3-inch-deep mold in the soil. Press bits of tumbled recycled glass into the surface of the still-wet concrete for a touch of sparkle.

    A Late-Summer Wildlife Retreat. Birds and other friendly creatures will find this late-season garden irresistible. The birdbath offers water, while plants such as black-eyed Susan and sedum provide food for both birds and butterflies when many plants are slowing down. Garden size: 16 by 10 feet.

    Attracting Wildlife & Birds to Backyard Garden, bird house, feeders, habitat for wildlife... (really great tips and project suggestions!)

    I would love to hand feed a hummingbird! Five Steps to Feeding Hummingbirds in Your Hand | Birds & Blooms

    Planter on a birdbath...looks like a topiary. Love the colors

    The Only Shrubs You Need to Grow - A garden designer recommends eight plants that provide reliable good looks without a lot of work

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    Bird and Butterfly Garden Attract scores of butterflies and hummingbirds to your yard with this simple 6-by-10-foot plan. Fragrant butterfly bush and phlox provide treats for your nose, as well as your winged garden guests.

    Great way to make a privacy fence beautiful. From Tootsie Time

    Save your pinecones for bedding, which will keep pups and cats out of your plants. | 41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer

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    A great use for an old birdbath.

    Tips to Attract Birds - How to layout your garden plan to attract birds to it. from 'Better Homes and Gardens' Magazine