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Tuesday, September 08, 2015

A Miami Gardener's Transition to Native Plants

If you garden with "natives" or for "wildlife" or are just thinking about making some changes in this direction in your own garden, then you will definitely enjoy reading Mary Ann Gibbs article 'Our Beautiful Subtropical Garden' on the Florida Native Plant Society blog.

Her garden looks like a beautiful oasis in the midst of a large city, and it is full of inspiration and the names of the many native plants they have included in their garden. Some of these plants may not be the best choices for those of us who garden here in the central part of the state but there are plenty that will survive and thrive here. She will inspire us to make the transition to more natives that benefit our local wildlife.

Source: Florida Native Plant Society blog (www.fnps.blogspot.com)

Click here to read: Our Beautiful Subtropical Garden

If you garden for wildlife or have included native plants in your garden, please contact me with your story. I would love to share it with others here.

3 comments:

daisy g said...

Looking forward to reading the article. We moved from down South and enjoy our wildlife habitat in our suburban yard. Anyone can do it, with a bit of time and patience. Native is really the way to go!

ocpio said...

So amazing! Inspiring post.

Philip Owen said...

nice post, creative and informative blog, thanks for share suchExotic Plants blogs.