Orchard Orbweavers (Leucauge venusta) are beautiful spiders that are fun to have if you have the space. They are small orbweaves found in the United States.
Geographical Range and Habitat
I have seen them all the way from swampy areas to the bushes of a University.
While not hard to keep, they do make large webs. They need a large enclosure or some free open cage design. The best option I feel is to put them in your gardens. They should have things to climb and the ability to build large webs, maybe 3 to 5 feet across.
Not aggressive at all; they just want to get away. Probably will not bite unless extremely provoked like being pinned down.
How to Acquire a Orchard Orbweaver
These you probably will just have to catch them and release them in your backyard. Pretty common.