Spending time in the garden, if only to encounter pests | Master Gardener | Lifestyles

Our gardens change more than you might think during the day. There’s a lot to enjoy that you might miss – some flowers only open with a certain amount of light, bees may not be active visiting flowers until the morning is warmer. This is an opportunity to see what flowers and plants the birds use for food and shelter. Many birds primarily eat insects and most need worms for their young. Since they will help with pests, it is nice to plan an inviting garden for our feathered friends.

Observing plants at different times of the day can detect problems when it is easier to remedy them.

Check for pests early in the morning and when the evening turns cold

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