Native plants benefit our community in several ways. Native plants have deep root systems that help infiltrate rainwater, reducing the amount of water that runs off into our storm sewer system. They also create habitat for beneficial native species, like bees and butterflies, and can be just as attractive as traditional landscaping.
Below are resources about native plants to share with your community:
- Introduction to Native Plants | Download as Word Document
- Adding Native Plants to your Landscape | Download as Word Document
- Adding Native Trees to your Landscape | Download as Word Document
- Introducing Garden Refresh: Update Your Landscaping with Native Plants | Download as Word Document
- Garden Refresh: How to Plan a Native Plant Garden | Download as Word Document
- Garden Refresh: How to Clean Up Your Native Garden This Fall | Download as Word Document
- Mow High for a Pollinator-Friendly Lawn | Download as Word Document
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Learn how to start designing your own native garden and about beautiful, native plants that will attract pollinators to your garden.
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Jamie gives you an overview of Conservation@Home and covers topics like native plants, rain barrels, and rain gardens.