The variety of insects, animals, and birds in our very own gardens and backyards still amazes me every single day. Here at Gardeniaorganics we want to share some wonderful images and information to help you enjoy the wildlife in your garden even more.
Find out a few facts about these fantastic little birds. Also, you will find out do Starlings nest in the same place or not.
If you have a large backyard, these miniature cattle breeds are perfect for you. Find out what conditions you need to provide and the benefits you are getting from these animals.
We’ve put together some amazing facts about these gorgeous birds and we think that number 17 will blow you away!
If you are living in Ohio, chances are you have seen most of these birds. Take a look at this list to see how many of these birds you noticed in your backyard.
Will these tiny balls of chemical pesticide keep squirrels away from your garden? Well, yes! But here are more details about the negative effects that mothballs can have.
Birds love cereals, but some types of cereals and grains can do more harm than good. So take a few minutes and go through this helpful list to learn more.
Here is the best way to attract bees – build a bee water station. We always follow these rules, and it works every single time.
Bees are the ideal solution for natural pollination in a greenhouse. And yes, it is possible to keep bees in a greenhouse. Here is the process.
Few people know the actual truth about Robin’s spiritual meanings. However, the sure thing is that this is a sacred bird, and these few things are obvious signs you must be aware of.
If you noticed one of these beauties, you could consider yourself pretty lucky. Here are nine types of woodpeckers in Wisconsin that you can see.
There are lots of different species of ladybugs. And even though they look charming and adorable, you will be surprised by the fact that they are not so picky. So let’s take a look.
You’re bound to see a few of these avian friends around your yard and if you’re keen to get to know them a little better then you’ve probably wondered, do pigeons mate for life?
Most poultry farmers who keep layers are familiar with white and brown eggs. But, do you know that some chickens lay colored eggs?
But where do you go when you want to share your love for bird watching? Read on to find out.