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Annual Bluegrass

Annual bluegrass (Poa annua) is considered a weed in the Poa family, which has a few popular turf grasses. If this gets into your butterfly garden listed are a few ways to eradicate it.

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Candytuft Flowers

There are the annual, or Iberis, candytuft flowers and also perennials which are called Iberis sempervirens.

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Keeping Deer Out

Reviewing the types of products available for keeping deer out of our gardens along with building fences. Many of these products help with other garden pests.

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Butterfly Meadows

Compared to other wildlife gardening, butterfly meadows take time and are not for the faint of heart.

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Natural Gardening

Natural gardening includes different types of gardens. These garden types create a casual, natural envirionment and help sustain native wildlife which includes butterflies.

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This Gardening and Butterfly Websites Sitemap

This gardening and butterfly websites sitemap for easier navigation.

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Flowers to Attract Butterflies

This page details flowers to attract butterflies, along with other important factors that may apply to your region - ex.. types of soil plant prefers.

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Asclepias tuberosa

Asclepias tuberosa is a great plant for butterfly gardens. Especially important to Monarch and Queen butterflies, plants are low maintenece growers that tend to attract aphids.

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Mulch Types

Mulch types for natural weed control are detailed along with cross-over options that can also amend garden soil. This page helps in choosing the best mulch option for gardeners needs.

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Butterfly Garden Building with Easy to Understand Resources

Easy Butterfly Garden is designed for the beginner gardener but others can benefit as well. Each page is easily detailed with subjects from DIY tips for gardening to common gardening problems.

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How to Test Your Soil

Before spending any money here are a few simple ways how to test your soil giving ideas of soil types when starting a garden. Other options are purchasing soil testing kits, along with other options.

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Soil Testing Methods

A home soil test kit vs. professional soil testing methods? Both are used in testing soil pH. One gives basic information and the other details your garden soil nutrients.

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Recent Articles

  1. Annual Bluegrass

    Jan 14, 17 08:14 PM

    Annual bluegrass (Poa annua) is considered a weed in the Poa family, which has a few popular turf grasses. If this gets into your butterfly garden listed are a few ways to eradicate it.

    Read More

  2. Candytuft Flowers

    Sep 25, 16 10:54 PM

    There are the annual, or Iberis, candytuft flowers and also perennials which are called Iberis sempervirens.

    Read More

  3. Keeping Deer Out

    Sep 19, 16 01:10 PM

    Reviewing the types of products available for keeping deer out of our gardens along with building fences. Many of these products help with other garden pests.

    Read More

  4. Butterfly Meadows

    Sep 19, 16 12:52 PM

    Compared to other wildlife gardening, butterfly meadows take time and are not for the faint of heart.

    Read More

  5. Natural Gardening

    Sep 19, 16 12:32 PM

    Natural gardening includes different types of gardens. These garden types create a casual, natural envirionment and help sustain native wildlife which includes butterflies.

    Read More