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Urban Core Native Plants and Wildlife, The Stormwater Ditch

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One of the primary principles of organic gardening is that of working with nature, using native resources and natural cycles to increase the abundance and health properties of the plants we grow. Many organic gardeners, however, are not acquainted with the valuable natural ally that embodies that core concept: mycorrhizal fungi. (For an introduction to mycorrhizal fungi, see Pay Dirt,)

One of the primary principles of organic gardening is that of working with nature, using native resources and natural cycles to increase the abundance and health properties of the plants we grow. Many organic gardeners, however, are not acquainted with the valuable natural ally that embodies that core concept: mycorrhizal fungi. (For an introduction to mycorrhizal fungi, see Pay Dirt,)

native american homes | Native American History for Kids: The Teepee, Longhouse, and Pueblo ...

native american homes | Native American History for Kids: The Teepee, Longhouse, and Pueblo ...

A Healthy Garden is a Buggy Garden http://nativeplantwildlifegarden.com/a-healthy-garden-is-a-buggy-garden/

A Healthy Garden is a Buggy Garden http://nativeplantwildlifegarden.com/a-healthy-garden-is-a-buggy-garden/

Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens! We are a team of passionate professionals from all over North America: authors, professors, writers, lan...

Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens! We are a team of passionate professionals from all over North America: authors, professors, writers, lan...

I have a new fav gardening book/garden educator. Ya gotta love the big-picture-to-next-step progression Billy Goodnick guides the reader through (+ he's fun/ny); he is writing for the majority of us who garden in  sharply delineated yards, and now I know why my garden beds never look quite...right.    Got the "right plant/right place" and sustainable, critter-friendly, native/nativar thing down, so my most valuable take-away was his "Core of Four" concept, found in Chapter 15--

I have a new fav gardening book/garden educator. Ya gotta love the big-picture-to-next-step progression Billy Goodnick guides the reader through (+ he's fun/ny); he is writing for the majority of us who garden in sharply delineated yards, and now I know why my garden beds never look quite...right. Got the "right plant/right place" and sustainable, critter-friendly, native/nativar thing down, so my most valuable take-away was his "Core of Four" concept, found in Chapter 15--

Pagoda dogwood (Cornus alternifolia) --- a native shrubby tree with wonderful horizontal branches, fine fall color, and berries that attract birds.

Pagoda dogwood (Cornus alternifolia) --- a native shrubby tree with wonderful horizontal branches, fine fall color, and berries that attract birds.

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