Posts Tagged "hummingbirds"
Everyone loves to watch this beautiful bird. There are many ways to attract them to your yard. Let’s start with hummingbird feeders. There are feeders for hanging or with suction cups to attach to your window. Some come with a built in ant moat or you can buy them separately to keep the ants out […]Read More
National Pollinator Week is a time to give bees, birds, and bats a little recognition. Pollinators, such as bees and butterflies, play a big part in getting our gardens to grow. Honeybees are directly responsible for pollinating one third of the food we eat. They help fertilize flowers, carrying pollen from one plant to another […]Read More
A Mix Butterflies and Hummingbirds will Love- all Summer Long! If you’re excited to see some butterflies at your home this year, I’m going to share one of my favorite (their favorite too) butterfly and hummingbird attracting container recipes. Ingredients: 1- 4″ Black n Blue Salvia, those hummers can’t get enough of it! 3- 4″ […]Read More
Forget the thermometer, you know when the warm weather’s coming when you see the return of the hummingbirds! They’ve been spotted already in Connecticut gardens! Hummingbirds are incredibly smart, little birds. To attract these little birds, here are a few ideas and a few suggestions. These birds are capable of navigating great distances and are clever enough to return […]Read More