Bringing life to your garden
|A healthy garden grows|
Bugs? Did I say bugs? Yes indeed!
A healthy garden needs LOTS of bugs. Good bugs. Lots and lots of good bugs.
Here's how it works:
Healthy plants attact good bugs. Good bugs pollinate the plants and keep away the bad bugs.
|Look close! You'll see a good bug|
hiding in fern-y dill and carrot tops.
It rewards us by turning into
a gorgeous butterfly!
But waits, there's more.... bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, birds' nests with tiny eggs, toads, even the ocassional kitty - all bring life to your garden.
|Brightly colored flowers|
attact birds, bees and butterflies
Whether it's gorgeous flowers, abundant vegetables or just a perfectly manicured lawn that you're after, your Garden of Eden should be as congested as Times Square on New Years Eve.