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Enhance nature with native plants, rain gardens

 

Last updated 5/17/2018 at Noon



While professing a commitment to nature, popular lawns and gardens can struggle with nature.

Non-native plants require special attention in order to thrive in an environment far from their natural homes. In addition, nature rarely provides the necessary precipitation needed to keep a luxurious carpet of grass emerald green in July and August.

Trees and shrubs won't prune themselves. Throw in aphids, grubs and moles and the joy of gardening envisioned during the winter months dissolves into an endless and expensive duty in the summer.

If only there was a better way.

What if we could...



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