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We are excited to announce our Quick Native Alternative Guide for backyard invasives species. These "Pinder" profiles reveal information for you to determine if these plants are a proper fit for your landscape. It is time to start looking at the red and green flags of these plants, but don't wind up with a backyard with ornamental invasives. Click on the profiles that catch your interest to learn more.  At the bottom of the bottom of the page there is a list of greenhouses that you can contact to buy these plants.

So why is it important to plant Native specie in you landscape? 

1. In the long run native species require typically require less maintenance, water, and fertilizer. 
2. Attract native pollinating species, and provide a food sources for wildlife. 
3. Most native plants decrease erosion of soil, and maintain a healthy soil microbiome. 
4. Native plants also come in several different shapes, and bloom beautiful flowers at different time of the growing season. 
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Local Native Plant Distributors:
Additional Information on Native Alternatives:
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