Gardening With Native Plants
As any gardener knows, you are never alone in a garden. Insects, birds, earthworms, fungi, deer, voles, and many other creatures may visit or live among the plants and in the soil. The greater the diversity of plants in your garden, the greater the amount of life it may support. By including native plants in your landscape, you can supply local wildlife, such as butterflies, with the food and habitat they are adapted to and need for survival. Native plants occur naturally in your location so they are well adapted to local conditions and will thrive with less care. You'll find answers to frequently asked questions by clicking here.