In the Garden
Attracting Birds and Butterflies to Your Backyard
Native Landscaping with Glenn Olsen
Increasingly homeowners around the country are creating landscapes and gardens to attract birds, butterflies and other wildlife. These natural habitat gardens include the use of plants native to the region and can create a thriving ecosystem, reducing the need for fertilizers, pesticides, watering and maintenance. Not only are these gardens attractive to wildlife, they provide an interesting, healthy environment for people.
Learn which plants are well adapted to the extremes of weather on the upper Texas coast. Participants will learn the principles needed to create an oasis for birds and butterflies as well as a personal retreat in an increasingly urbanized world.