Published at Tuesday, 10 September 2019. Backyard. By Cinderella Larocque.
For any pro-green individual who is interested in different ways they can contribute to their environment, a backyard sanctuary is certainly an environmentally friendly option. Many rural areas are being subjected to various types of industrial and residential developments, which result in the destruction of the natural wildlife habitats of many species big and small. These developments leave many types of wildlife without a functional home. Thus, individuals who decide to open their backyards as a wildlife home are offering a shelter to many wildlife that are finding it difficult to locate an ideal natural habitat of their own.
Life is meant to be enjoyed, what better place to find the peace and relaxation than right at home with your backyard waterfall, for the most tranquil atmosphere you can imagine and you create it yourself.
A Butterfly Garden: Sure, most of us want to keep insects out of our backyards, but butterflies don’t deserve exile: they don’t bite, they don’t spend their lives trying to get inside your house, and, plainly put, they are pretty. For those of you who love butterflies, or simply want to add some beauty to your backyard, consider planting a garden full of nectar-filled flowers, flowers such as Columbines, Begonias, Geraniums, Petunias, and Lilies. Butterflies will flock to these flowers and, if you’re really lucky, you might find that your butterfly garden also attracts a hummingbird or two.
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