City Cafe: Creating a Backyard Wildlife Habitat

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If you're still holding onto that Christmas tree, garden expert Geri Laufer's got some advice for you.

– Host John Lemley pays a rainy-day visit to the backyard of horticulturist Geri Laufer, who gives some tips on creating a certified wildlife habitat at home. WABE's Kate Sweeney produced this segment.

Some Berry Plants for Attracting Native Georgia Birds and Butterflies:

Berry bushes(blueberries, holly, beauty berries, nandina) for mockingbirds

Purple Coneflower and black-eyed Susans for Goldfinches

Milkweed for Monarch Butterflies

Parsley for Black Swallowtail Butterflies

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