Birds & Blooms is the #1 bird and garden magazine in North America with more than 1 million subscribers. We pride ourselves in celebrating the “beauty in your own backyard” with a mix of expert advice and personal stories from our family of readers. Our magazine covers a wide range of topics such as attracting hummingbirds, building birdhouses, gardening for butterflies, feeding birds for less, growing veggies, tales of readers’ birding experiences, plus a whole lot more.
Twist on a Classic • Nasturtiums have been popular for decades, but this cultivar has a colorful quirk.
Mealworms on the Menu • Add this versatile, protein-packed snack to your backyard offerings.
New Plants for 2021 • Reawaken your garden with these stunning arrivals.
Garden for a Greener Earth • How to tend your garden in a way that’s good for your landscape and the planet.
ID That Amphibian • Follow these key clues to spot the differences between frogs and toads.
Fresh Arrivals • Readers share photos of spring migrants and backyard favorites settling down for the season.
FOOD, WATER & SHELTER • ATTRACT MORE BIRDS BY FOCUSING ON THE THREE KEY ELEMENTS OF A WELCOMING WILDLIFE OASIS.
Garden Myths DEBUNKED! • A lot of fantastic gardening advice has been passed down through the generations, but some erroneous recommendations have trickled down as well. Here are 10 myths that can be officially laid to rest.
bloom tales • Readers capture and share stunning snapshots of their botanic adv entures.
Ask the Experts • Pros share bird feeding tips and label mystery plants.
Birds After Dark • Unravel the mystery of what most birds do at night.
Desert Birds and Beyond • Three adventures within Great Basin National Park.
What’s your best container planting tip? • Readers share helpful suggestions for growing even better potted plants.
Caption This! • What could this honking goose couple have to say?
Blending In • How many of these earth-toned birds can you recognize?
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Seeds of Wisdom • Grow your knowledge with gardening statistics.