Celebrate urban birds by planting fruits they like to eat. Here are 5 fresh planting tips to attract robins to your Mountain region backyard.
The sight and sound of birds in your yard can be uplifting and joyous. Here are some easy tips to attract biords to your garden.
Use flowers, trees, and other plants to attract birds to your yard.
Beckon birds to your yard by adding a birdbath and seeking out plantings that will provide food or shelter for your avian friends.
Create a stylish garden focal point that also pleases our fine feathered friends.
After accidentally growing gourds instead of cucumbers, Katie channels her inner Picasso and creates birdhouse gourds as garden gifts.
Trellises, birdbaths, and other structures are like jewelry for a garden. Make these easy projects to quickly accessorize your outdoor haven.
Learn how to attract birds by putting out seeds and also by growing the plants they like to eat in the Southeast
Want to attract hummingbirds to your Northwest garden using flowers instead of feeders? Here's what to plant.
Lowe's garden contributor Linda Askey shares her strategies for attracting hummingbirds to her Southeast garden.
Nothing is sweeter than the soft song of a northern cardinal. Learn what it takes to attract these beauties to your Upper Midwest backyard.
Incorporate water into your garden to refresh indoor and outdoor spaces. You can make a big impact with just a birdbath.
Lowe's Northeast garden expert Irene Virag shares tips on welcoming chickadees to your garden.
Mother Nature knows how to privide a nutritious buffet for our native birds. Here are some tips for encouraging avian visitors the natural way.