Practical advice for what to do when trees and shrubs bow under winter's weight. With a list of many related articles that may come in handy for you this winter, some of which are immediately available, some of which we hope you can help us bring to the site very soon. Illustrated with a line up of winter at its whitest and most sparkly.
It's catching driver's eyes and raising questions this week.
Perhaps this is more of a 25 mph affair, good for slowing the traffic in a neighborhood.
Have you ever considered using Nature's great white canvas to doodle trial changes to your landscape? It's very do-able! Grab that snow shovel, a spray bottle and some food coloring, then let's be kids again.
Laughing together to salve problems that have no solution.
And what can we do to coax them back?
We probably all know instinctively that removing a tree can drastically reduce a yard's songbird population. Yet smaller changes can make big ripples, too. Here's a look at what we've done to mend the tear in an ecosystem, with a list of lots of other articles of interest to those who garden for maximum bird life, a slew of great wildlife photos and a call for you to share your experience and suggestions where they can help others who may be facing this tough situation.