Gardening Website I'm working on

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  1. Autumn Leaves

    Autumn Leaves Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I'm working on a gardening blog and trying to come up with a tagline. I need some help

    The blog's name is A Girl In Her Garden

    The blog is about planting native plants to help animals in an urban setting.

    I want to encourage the average gardener to help wildlife with their backyards.


    I have brainstormed some ideas - could you all help me out and just pick the ones that appeal to you the most?


    Thanks!
     
  2. lazy gardener

    lazy gardener Flock Master

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    Got a list of what you're planning to plant? My orchard and plantings around my property are dual purpose for both my own use, to feed my flock and the wild life: Apple, pear, elderberry, siberian pea tree, high bush cranberry, june berry, hazelbert, native American plum, apricot, blueberry, strawberry. Wild life loves "borders" lots of area between mowed and shrubby areas. I actually encourage weeds around my lawn to act as Japanese beetle trap crops.
     
  3. Autumn Leaves

    Autumn Leaves Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Your list sounds exactly like what my yard has now!

    I want to focus on native plantings so some of my others are: 5 types of oak, chokecherry, native viburnums, many types of wildflowers (turkeys love partrige pea), lots of tall native grasses for cover, roses for cover - stuff like that!

    I've always loved gardening and am always adding something to my yard - so I thought that my birds and wildlife should share with me!
     

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