Rain gardens are specialized gardens composed of native shrubs, perennial and flowers. In this article, you’ll learn all of the considerations for building your first rain garden.
If your new to gardening, you may not even know what a native plant, a non-native plant or an invasive plant means! And, to be honest, I didn’t know either when I was new to gardening. While I’m not an expert on the topic, I believe that it’s important. That’s why I’ve educated myself to understand the differences. And, I hope to break this down for you in a simple way and also provide you some resources to continue your research and understanding of native vs. invasive plants. First lets just understand the difference between native, non-native and invasive plants on a very basic level. Native plants are plants that belong in the particular region that you live in. That means they grow there naturally,…
Does non-native mean the same thing as invasive? Learn why non-native plants are not necessarily invasive…. and why all invasives are non-native.
From early spring blooms to edible berries in the summer to fiery red fall foliage to branches that catch falling snow, the Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry is truly a tree for all seasons.