Early Spring Chores for Your Wildlife Garden

Trillium Jack in Pulpit smAfter the Polar Vortex, incessant snow storms, never-ending ices storms, sleet, hail, thunder snow, and frigid temperatures of this winter, it’s finally time to get your wildlife garden in shape for the coming early spring season.

The good news is that early spring chores in a wildlife garden don’t take a lot of time and they’re fun!

Exciting stuff happens very quickly in your early spring wildlife garden. Every week, even every day brings something new: a native plant emerging, new blooms, return of the birds, the first butterfly of spring, and so much more.

I’ve gathered together some of our favorite early spring articles for your reading pleasure…read more of Early Spring Chores for Your Wildlife Garden at Beautiful Wildlife Garden

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