4 the same care as establishing other garden plants. 1. Good soil promotes plant growth. Soil con-taining adequate organic matter and nutri-ents will promote better growth of all garden
4 Rain Garden Plant Guide Cleveland Park Project Index of Plants The index above lists plants by common name. Primary characteristics are given in short-hand, and more detail can be found on the corresponding page.
Why Garden with Native Plants? from the California Native Plant Society Local native plants complement our natural ecosystem, as they are uniquely adapted to live with our climate,
Poisonous Plants Elizabeth A. Dauncey A guide for parents & childcare providers www.kewbooks.com This accessible guidebook is the result of a long-
Rain Garden Installation-Native Plants 3 cover needs, and provide good places for them to raise their young. In general, native plants will not out‐
BEE-FRIENDLY PLANTS FOR YOUR GARDEN AND FARM We wish to acknowledge and thank our study sponsors, the Agriculture Environment and Wildlife Fund and Metro Vancouver’s Agriculture
Water Gardening: A s with any garden, plants are the focal point and reason for the water garden. Among the benefits of water gardening are attracting wildlife, the sound of
Any child who visits a garden will quickly discover that plants and animals there have flowers in the garden and the animals that visit them. Objective To observe how flowers and their pollinators have adapted to meet each other’s needs.
Rain Garden Plants. Everett Rain Garden Pilot Project Plant List (DRAFT) Philomena Kedziorski, Rain Garden Program Coordinator flowers and seedheads on the plants. Fixes nitrogen. full to part sun/3 Small fruited bullrush Scirpus microcarpus