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Are you interested in Integrated Pest Management techniques, and utilizing the correct native plants and seeds in the correct locations to reduce herbicide use and invasive species, and yet increase native plants?  If you are check out our video plus our handy guide to warrior native plant selections for various hard to establish communities from rivers to wetlands. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrPF3FGe_hM https://naturalcommunities.net/pages/midwest-river-stream-warrior-plants  

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Is Fall a Great Time to Plant Native Perennial Plants?  Yes, fall is a great time to plant some native perennials. If you are a gardener, you know planting bulbs in the fall is the best time of the year, native perennials are very similar.  As the cooler temperatures of Fall start to arrive and bring us a little relief from the hot days of summer, you might wonder if it’s too late to plant. It’s not. In fact, Fall is the perfect opportunity to plant more native plants. The soil and temperatures of Fall bring great conditions for root establishment...

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Enjoying the fruits of your labor in your native garden!!!! This time of the year shows off the strength of your garden.  We are just past peak flowing time for most native gardens, but they are still quite beautiful and we can look forward to our fall flowers.  Take some time, sit back, relax, and enjoy the beauty, the warm sun on your face, the smells, the sounds, the buzz of the bees, the fluttering of the butterflies, and the birds eating seeds and fruits.  The eclipse was something to behold, but Mother Nature is also quite impressive!  When reflecting...

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