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Common Invasives in our Area
Japanese Stilt Gras
Tree of Heaven
National Invasive Species Information Center > Controlling Invasive Species >
Help butterflies, bees and the birds by creating healthy yards. Learn what to plant and what not.
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With the right flowers and plants you will use less water, less toxins and safe money.
Pesticides are harmful. Healthy yards don’t need pesticides. Find out why and how.
Native plants are adapted to our environment and they are a great choice to support wildlife.
Fallen leaves are good for your yard.They feed and protect the soil. Don’t blow, but mulch and mow!
Our lawns are the single biggest and most toxic crop in the USA. Create healthier
lawns with these tips.
Use Better Equipment
Better equipment enhances air quality and energy use. Electric models have improved.
Talk To Your Landscaper
Let your landscaper know you want a healthier yard. How to start a conversation with your landscaper?
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