With bird watching becoming an increasingly popular hobby, it’s no surprise that wildlife gardens would increase in popularity, too.  Although you can always enjoy leaving the comfort of your home to view the wildlife, why not plant a garden to bring the wildlife home to you? Having a wildlife garden isn’t just a relaxing treat to watch, it’s helpful to the wildlife that use it. Here are some ideas for planting a wildlife garden in Southern California.

Butterfly Bait
Should it be any surprise that one of the few insects that people like to invite into their yards are butterflies? Not only do these beauties complement the color of the garden’s beautiful flowers, they also help to pollinate them, too. In San Diego county, you’ll probably…

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