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Native Alternatives to Invasive Plants, New York

Native Alternatives to Invasive Plants, New York

The Native Plants Garden at the New York Botanical Garden!

Ina Garten is the author of the Barefoot Contessa cookbooks and host of Barefoot Contessa on Food Network.

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Sugartina® 'Crystalina' - Summersweet - Clethra alnifolia

Proven Winners - Sugartina® 'Crystalina' - Summersweet - Clethra alnifolia white plant details, information and resources.

Sweet Woodruff is Shade Gardeners Delight

Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum): ground cover plant for poor soil and grows in well-drained to moist soil, and partial sun to complete shade

Edge of the Woods Native Plants in Orefield PA

Edge of the Woods Native Plants in Orefield PA

Native trees, shrubs and flowers "are part of a healthy ecosystem. ... A lawn is a biological desert."

Central New York wildlife, environment benefit from native plants

Native trees, shrubs and flowers "are part of a healthy ecosystem. A lawn is a biological desert.

The Nursery - Catskill Native Nursery

The Nursery - Catskill Native Nursery

Cardinal Flower | Lobelia cardinalis | Native Plant Center

Information on Lobelia cardinalis (cardinal flower): long bloom time;

18+ Milkweed Ideas for Butterfly Gardens- The thick leaves of asclepias viridis are a tasty treat for spring time monarch caterpillars. The Kansas Native Plant Society recently named this milkweed their 2015 Wildflower of the Year!

Find Milkweed Plants and Milkweed Seeds for Monarchs- 25?

NOVEMBER Gardening- Asclepias viridis (spider milkweed) seeds are a good option for fall planting since the seeds need exposure to cold before germinating in spring.

Oenothera fruticosa (Narrowleaf evening-primrose) | NPIN

Oenothera fruticosa (Narrowleaf evening-primrose) | NPIN

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