10 Cute Cats in the Garden (Photos)

Cats love to come outside when gardeners are working on or checking up on their plants. They love to smell the smells, watch passers-by, chase bugs or just bask in the sun. As long as you make sure your cat stays out of danger while she's in the garden, you can enjoy the garden with her.

Enjoy these 10 cute photos of cats enjoying gardens!


10 Adorable Backyard Birds (Photos)

Balcony birdwatching is a rewarding hobby, and it gives you an excuse to stare out the window at your balcony garden. Wild birds will eventually become so used to you that they will learn your habits and wait for you to fill up the birdfeeder. Some may be brave enough to feed or hang out on the balcony while you’re working in on your garden's container plants.


Getting Rid of Fungus Gnats

Fungus gnat up close zoomI have an indoor garden, and it has a lot of little tiny flying bugs. What are they, and how can I get rid of them?


How to Attract Northern Cardinal Birds

Northern cardinal bird

Intro: There are many types of cardinals that can be found all over the United States, but the most recognizable of them all is the northern cardinal (aka common cardinal), which can be found from the Midwest to the East Coast of the United States. The northern cardinal has a crest and a crest on the face. The mask is black in males and gray in females. Males are also a more vivid red, while females are brown with red highlights around the body, including the crest, feathers and tail.


How to Attract American Robins

American robin

Intro: This brown-black wild bird with its orange breast is a staple in American gardens. They’re mostly found near wooded areas, so it’s easier to attract them if your balcony garden faces some trees. The American Robin is appreciated in the container garden because they help keep down pest populations. They may be harder to attract to container plant gardens because worms aren’t as plentiful in containers as they are on the ground.


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