Those with a general interest in wildlife gardening might want to check out this website - articles about individual plants and wildlife gardening in general. The author of the one on Black Cherries gave me my first subtropical salvia Black & Blue many many years ago starting me this strange gardening journey.
For me these kinds of articles are not just about the plants. They're as much about an ethos and behind the ethos is a question. How does my little patch fit in to the local picture? How can I be a good citizen of the natural world?