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We've got lots of really cool rustic metal art ready for your garden... http://bit.ly/1twmY5j
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With the right flowers and plants that attract birds, your backyard can be a sanctuary for beautiful goldfinches. The goldfinch diet consists almost totally of seeds. Therefore if you’re growing with goldfinches in mind, seed-producing plants are crucial.…

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This adorable little gem window hummingbird feeder is easy to set up, and a great choice for feeding hummingbirds over the summer! Source: Little Gem Window Hummingbird Feeder
Little Gem Window Hummingbird Feeder
Little Gem Window Hummingbird Feeder
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DID YOU KNOW? Female hummingbirds do all the work of nest-building and raising their young by themselves. Though more subtly colored and less flamboyant in their actions than male hummers, the typical female hummingbird leads a more active and interesting…
The Life of a Female Hummingbird
The Life of a Female Hummingbird
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Incredible Flu Fighting Tea that Gives Fast Results

If you are one of those always stocking up flu and cold medications before the cold weather sets in, then the time has come to rethink your strategy. Embrace all the remedies that nature gives and combine them to create a pow...

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  I love the Spring and Summer months. The air is warmer; the days are longer and I can spend more time outdoors in my backyard garden enjoying nature. Besides planting beautiful flowers and a bountiful vegetable garden; I also love watching the…

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Learn how to implement ‘do it yourself’ natural pest control methods in your garden using beneficial insects as a biological pest control method. Source: Organic Gardening: Pest Control Using Beneficial Insects

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Here are some gardening projects that will work on even the smallest patio or balcony as well as tips for growing citrus indoors. http://bit.ly/1UhkIUE
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