Bird-Friendly Yards Illustrated

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Feature Garden of the Season

Featured Garden
L. Christie

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Basil, rosemary, shallots, lantana, rose campion, parsley, blooming cilantro, marigolds, peppers, tomatoes on trellis, reseeded red sage
Perennial Black-eyed Susan, cucumbers, reseeded yellow malampodium, reseeded arugula from spring growth, collards, flocks, seeding larkspur, annual Black-eyed Susan, Texas star hibiscus, aster, monarda, phlox, pink yarrow, blueberry, St. John’s wort, abelia.
Fig, camellias, purple sage, red buckeye, crepe myrtle

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L. Christie, Pollinator Vegetable Garden
L. Christie Gold Level Bird Friendly Yard
Spring Ephemeral, Virginia Bluebell
J. Nye, Use of Rocks, Logs, and Flower Pots, to Separate Species
H. Whitman, Starter Garden
C. Franklin, Container Garden
S. King, Modern Eco Flats, Apartment Garden
D &T Luneau Patio Garden
Prairie Garden
Scheiman, Pollinator Extravaganza