Cooler fall weather is soon approaching, meaning this is a prime opportunity to evaluate your garden. You may discover spots that need filling, replaced or improved. Perhaps there are even some area's you weren't ready to tackle in the hot days of summer, well here's your chance.
Different plants mean different areas. Not all plants can tolerate the same elements as others when it comes to nature. There are many plants that can tolerate wet site, sunny sites, dry sites or shady ones and others that would never survive in the same areas. This will point out several plants for those hard to fill spots and also ones that will add different interests to each area.
While most people cringe at the thought of a bat in the house, however many families across the country are discovering the benefits of sharing their yard with bats. People now understand that myths, such as bats getting tangled in your hair, are just myths and these are very beneficial mammals. Across the world, bats contribute to fruit and flower pollination, dispersal of seeds, and the control of insect populations. Here in the Midwest , for instance, a single brown bat can catch and eat around 600 mosquitoes in one hour.