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Spotted Joe Pye Weed

Spotted Joe Pye Weed

Keystone Value: The genus Eupatorium (Joe Pye) supports over 40 species of butterfly and moth caterpillars, providing food for a…

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Sweet Joe Pye Weed

Sweet Joe Pye Weed

Keystone Value: The genus Eupatorium (Joe Pye) supports over 40 species of butterfly and moth caterpillars, providing food for a…

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Healing the Earth One Garden at a Time

Healing the Earth One Garden at a Time

Gardening is ‘In’! Over the past two years gardening has suddenly become very popular with people who are spending more…

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A Habitat Hero Garden for Sun

A Habitat Hero Garden for Sun

This blog post will cover how to design and install a Sunny “Habitat Hero Garden” with native plant selections that…

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Book Review: Fallscaping, by Nancy J. Ondra and Stephanie Cohen

Book Review: Fallscaping, by Nancy J. Ondra and Stephanie Cohen

Fallscaping: Extending Your Garden Season into Fall, by Nancy J. Ondra and Stephanie Cohen Rating: 🌳🌳🌳🌳/5 Trees Genres: Non-Fiction, Garden…

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Powerhouse Keystone Species – Plant an Oak

Powerhouse Keystone Species – Plant an Oak

What are Keystone Species? As earth stewards of our amazing planet, we can appreciate the potential importance of all species…

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Soil Texture Test: Sand, Silt, or Clay

Soil Texture Test: Sand, Silt, or Clay

A common mantra in native gardening is “right plant, right place.” This saying sprouts from the idea that gardeners and…

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From Lawn to Meadow – Alternatives to Turf

From Lawn to Meadow – Alternatives to Turf

More and more, we are moving away from great swathes of water-hogging and pesticide laden lawns to more sustainable native…

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Late Season Nectar and Host Sources

Late Season Nectar and Host Sources

Host plants and nectar plants are vitally important late in the season: nectar to attract butterflies and other pollinators such…

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