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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Going Native: Urban Landscaping for Wildlife with Native Plants You can go native!with native plants in your landscape. • See why landscaping with native plants is better for wildlife and for the environment. • Find out about the problems caused by invasive, exotic plants. Odds are you have invasive exotics in your own backyard! • Discover the native plants you can use as alternatives to exotic plants. We even tell you where you can buy natives! • Create your own native plant landscape thats attractive to wildlife and people with our step-by-step guide that helps you choose the right plants for your landscape. http://ncsu.edu/goingnative/ Video Rating: / 5

6 Comments

  • guloguloguy 1 week ago

    Plant your LOCALLY NATIVE Species, ONLY!!!

  • Asi Ana 1 week ago

    I am planting a wildlife garden with a mix of native plants and cultivars until I read about neonicotinoids (neonics) use in many of the plants grown in garden center labeled as bee friendly. It totally blow me away because here I am planting flowers to benefit bees but in actuality I am killing these bees and beneficial insects. Does anyone know how I can test my plants for these types of pesticides? I cannot imagine how they can label plants as bee friendly yet have neonics.

  • George Dellinger 1 week ago

    Save wildlife and bird populations. Landscape with native plants to restore biodiversity,

  • Sheds Direct 1 week ago

    I am truly convinced with the overview and the main concepts of these ideas. The advocacy of supporting wildlife and promoting native plants are quite rewarding indeed. However, I am grateful enough to know these basic tips and vital information. It really taught me a lot. Keep up the good job! 

  • Brent King 1 week ago

    I am an taking a 2 year course for horticulture. Once I am done, I will try to get the best job I can. After working awhile I will try to buy lots of land, and turn it into a native forest filled with many species of plants. Will take years and years, but I was told I can turn the land into a nature preserve depending what the land was zoned for. I already been growing natives and saving seeds from my local forest.

  • ho2cultcha 1 week ago

    excellent video! very well-done.

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