As gardeners, we’re often so focused on getting rid of the bad bugs, that we forget about keeping a good population of good bugs. Below is a list of good bugs for the garden.
Well the answer to that statement is WHY NOT? The benefits to growing culinary herbs are endless. And the “hows” are as easy as 1-2-3. If you’ve got the time, the space and the energy to do so then YES you should. What’s more, throw in a few cooking skills and you are strategically hitting 2 birds with one stone.
There are thousands of mountain plant species, varying from the pretty Ranunculus Breyninus flowers to the lush tree moss. The vast majority of these species are hardy and able to cope with wildly varying climates. They are generally long lived, with some lasting for thousands of years. This article contains further details about some of the most interesting mountain plant species.