5 Fun Hummingbird Migration Facts

Fall is seeping into North Texas, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. People are starting to re-imurge from their homes, spending more and more time outside. People aren’t the only ones increasing their outdoor activity. Hummingbirds are gearing up for their migration south, and will be eating extra amounts of food to fuel them for…

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6 Ways to Entertain Outside

Being an entrepreneur and being hospitable at the same time can sometimes seem antithetical. Having an open home for friends and family can seem daunting, but with a few practical steps it can certainly be more efficient. One way to limit clean-up time is the entertain outside.  Texas seasons can be extreme, with hardly any…

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2 Tips for Your Potted Plants

      Here in N. Texas it’s hot. Like 106 degrees hot. My beautiful potted plants and flowers have taken a beating, unfortunately. I’ve had to get creative so that they’ll last through this inferno we call summer. Here are a couple of tips to keep your patio and yard blooming all summer long.…

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Keep Ants Off of Your Hummingbird Feeder

  Not much spoils a lovely outdoor retreat as quickly & silently as an invasion of ants. Even when they are only “harmless” sugar ants, the seemingly unending stream of tiny pests is frustrating and disruptive. Unfortunately, ants are especially attracted by anything sweet. Things such as spilled lemonade, cookie crumbs, and – hummingbird nectar. How…

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