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Native Plants: The Basis of a Healthy Ecosystem


You may have learned in school how plants contribute to the “circle of life” by making the energy of the sun available to animals, such as humans. Did you also know that native plants are especially important to maintaining healthy ecosystems? Among other things, they support insect and bird populations in a way that most non-native plants simply cannot. Learn more about how you can improve the ecosystem of your own backyard – and at the same time add beauty and reduce maintenance – by using native plants in your landscape.

 

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