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Grow Native!
... plants on the right side of the screen are natives that make excellent replacements. Non-Native Species Native Alternative(s) Acer ginnala Common Name: Amur Maple Aesculus pavia (Red Buckeye) ... Plants generally break dormancy late in spring so be patient. Hydrangea cultivars Common Name: Non-native Hydra Hydrangea arborescens (Wild Hydrangea) Large clusters of flat, creamy white, flowers open ...
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Grow Native!
... their best. The good news is that, after they are established, most native landscapes require less maintenance than their non-native counterparts. Taking care of natives in your home garden Mulching Mulch is ... , annual mowing and removal of plant debris or burning will promote vigorous growth of your native plants and keep weeds under control. Because most prairie plants are warm season plants, they ...
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Why Native?
... Native? Why Native? When it comes to farm-related conservation projects, most farmers will plant the seeds their families or their community have been using for years. These will generally be non-native ... to install your native plant conservation contract. Grow Native! makes it easy to get in the habit of "thinking natives first." Better for native wildlife diversity A non-native pasture is ...
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Grow Native!
... non-native shrubs that do not offer the protection of dense branches and thorns for successful nesting. Also, many of these exotic landscape plants do not provide the natural foods produced by native ... sources for birds. Remember, birds need food, cover and water. In addition to native plants, your local Grow Native! member garden center has a variety of additions to consider. Add a birdbath¬ ...
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Grow Native!
... native gardening, it is not always as easy. You may have seen all manner of non-native plants in residential and commercial displays, but those don't help you choose the right native plants for your landscape. A photograph of a native ...
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Grow Native!
... programs seek to promote the use of native wildflowers by giving roadside contractors the know-how to use native plants to secure bids. Native plants are wildflowers, trees and grasses that ... Native program had to simultaneously increase demand and supply, a difficult task, she admitted. Nurseries that join Grow Native receive pamphlets and displays to promote sales over other hybrids and non-native ...
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Classes on California native plants, mycorrhiza and the native plant community.
... swamp in summer. Alpine Fell-Fields NON, VAM 30-40 in, Cold Mountain Meadow NON in water,VAM on edges, ectomycorrhiza in bogs Always moist, spring wet non-native equivalents: pampas, American prairie COLD ... Tree Woodland VAM 5-10in Shadscale Scrub VAM 2-7in Alkali Sink VAM, NON 1-5in, very dry non-native equivalents: desert areas Dominant Type Mixed plant communities Both forms of mycorrhiza are ...
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Create a California hummingbird garden with native flowers. Attract both hummingbird and butterfly species.
... Costa's hummingbird, Calypte costae (SC) Rufous hummingbird, Selasphorus rufus (SC) Hummingbirds prefer the native species (commonly Sambucus, Ceanothus and Arctostaphylos) for nesting. They prefer a mixed ... by the hummingbirds. Our columbines are largely hummingbird pollinated whereas many of the non-native ones are wind pollinated. Lonicera species, Honeysuckles are used in varying degrees. The ...
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How to plant California native wildflowers.
... Back Contents of Easy Section Forward Wildflower seed origins. Where are the 'wildflowers' native? 'Wildflowers' that are native to New England will have a great deal of trouble in southern California. ... not germinate until late winter; knowing that; plant after the non-native grasses germinate and are up. Kill the weeds and the non-native grasses after all have germinated, preferably with a weed ...
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Simple Restoration with California Native Plants
... usually non-native). Looks like hell. Restoration = A planting composed of 100% California native plants with components from the pioneer, sub-climax and climax communities. The ecosystem should represent the native appearance ... native site, very high on a grassy site, high on a bare site! (Patric, 1974) Mulch drives a site to that mulch. Oak mulch Oak Trees; Pine needles Pine Trees; Straw Non-native ...
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