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Butterfly-Loving Zinnias

AUSTIN, TX, by Central Texas Gardener Pop up the summertime garden with zinnias in colors as bright as the sunshine. Trisha explains how to grow her favorites for bedding and arrangements.

How to Use Trail Cameras for Backyard Wildlife

MISSISSIPPI, by Mississippi State Extension Trail cameras can be a fun, educational addition to your backyard. Dr. Adam Rohnke, Mississippi State University Extension Service wildlife biologist, shows you how to set one up. Learn more about backyard wildlife habitats at Note from GGVideos: the cameras start at $40, and look pretty easy to operate. Good …Read more »

Flowers that Attract Hummingbirds

WASHINGTON STATE, by Susan Mulvihill of Susan’s in the Garden Watch a black-chinned hummingbird sitting in a bush, then see Calliope hummingbirds visiting Bee Balm flowers. From Susan Mulvihill, Susan’s in the Garden, Visit Susan’s website for a list of flowers hummingbirds are attracted to!

Sunflowers with Bees

WASHINGTON STATE, by Susan  Mulvihill of Susan’s in the Garden Watch the bee activity on around a bed of sunflowers. From Susan Mulvihill, Susan’s in the Garden,

Spring Wildflower Walk

NASHVILLE, TN by Volunteer Gardener on PBS Julie Berbiglia takes us on a spring wildflower walk. To WATCH full episodes, visit

Spring Wildflowers at the Morton Arboretum

CHICAGO AREA, by The Morton Arboretum Native plants blooming in spring.

Tennessee Native Plant Garden

DIXON, TN Tour of a native-plant garden in mid-spring. With Troy Marden for Volunteer Gardener.

Native Plants in Michigan Gardens

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Smart Gardening: Lawns and waterfronts benefit from using native plants.

Great Native Ground Covers with Carol Gracie

NORTHEAST By EcoBeneficial with Kim Eierman Native ground covers are wonderful alternatives to lawn. Learn about two great native choices in this EcoBeneficial interview as Kim Eierman talks with Carol Gracie, naturalist, nature photographer, and author of Spring Wildflowers of the Northeast.

EcoBeneficial Tips: Shade Plants for the Northeast

NORTHEAST By EcoBeneficial with Kim Eierman Shady garden a challenge? Get some tips on great native perennials for shady gardens in the Northeast.

California Native Plants with James Maxwell


Georgia Native Plants

GEORGIA By Daphne C. Roberts – Georgia’s native plants and flowers