Hanging Baskets in Winter?

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Brrrrrrr cold winter nights – one Carolina Wren safely roosts down in the basket, while the other roosts out of a prowling cat’s reach in under the roof corner

As a long-time wildlife gardener, I’ve learned to question every action.   Is it necessary?  Will it be detrimental to wildlife?  Most times, I talk myself out of one task or another.  Am I lazy or a wise wildlife gardener?  The joys I’ve experienced are my proof.

Learn more about Carolina Wrens and how we might help them survive another cold winter night by reading my latest column on the Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens website (where over 25 of us contribute educational and informative columns to guide and encourage wildlife gardeners, so they don’t make the same mistakes we did).