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Landscaping with native plants

landscaping with native plants


Many invasive plant species are introduced and spread from landscaping plantings.  While not all non-natives become invasive, choosing native landscape plants can help you avoid potentially invasive species AND provide numerous benefits, including benefits for area wildlife. 

brochures and handouts


books

Landscaping for wildlife

Reference book by Carrol L. Henderson. 


Additional links/resources

Missouri botanical garden

Plant combinations including some innovative uses for native plants.

 

 

 

 

 

 

INPAWS

The Indiana Native Plant & Wildflower Society has several native plant handouts and resources with items specific to the state.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wild ones

Wild Ones is a national non-profit that promotes native landscaping.