Wildlife Gardening Journal with Leslie Miller

Leslie Ann Miller share 3.5 acres in rural Oklahoma with birds, butterflies and wide variety of animals. She is currently transforming her yard with plantings to benefit wildlife.

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Gardening for bees

Bees are among nature’s best pollinators, so gardening for bees is rewarding for both you and your gardens. Because pollinator...

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Cuphea flowers
Cuphea thrive in summer heat

Cuphea is a genus of plants native to the Americas. Most do extremely well in...


Soggy Spots in the Garden: How to Utilize Them
How to utilize those soggy spots in your landscape

Over the last four months, my area of Oklahoma has received nearly 30 inches of...


Eight-spotted forester moth
A new appreciation for moths

My dog loves the moths in my yard. Specifically, she loves to eat them. We...


giant swallowtail on rue
Rue and bronze fennel for swallowtails

In the past two weeks, I’ve caught two female giant swallowtails laying eggs on my...


How I grew lettuce for me, instead of my rabbits

I don’t have a lot of experience in successful vegetable gardening. What experience I do...


Five Native Vines that Benefit Wildlife
Five native vines that benefit wildlife

One of the most appealing aspects of gardening, to me, is the ability to create...


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