Ecology + Design

Native Plants and Landscaping for Pollinators

A beautiful landscape can bring a smile to our faces, make us feel good, project positive energy in a troubled world and even more than that can serve a higher function. Ecological services in our landscape cannot be overvalued! We don’t just need attractive gardens to look at or pretty flowers to cheer us up, even though that is a powerful purpose for investing in our landscape environment. We need landscapes that produce life giving energy and resources.
Late spring and summer should bring a continuous succession of color and bloom. The varieties of height, color texture etc. are endless in the infinite combinations available to provides us enjoyment and benefit from ecological diversity.
Whether you are in dry shade or in a wet spot there are plants for your site that will succeed and thrive while attracting beneficial insects, birds and wildlife.
Where would we be without bees to pollinate the crops we depend on for food and sustenance? Where would we be without dragon flies, frogs and bats to control the mosquito population? Start somewhere! There are so many wonderful possibilities! Just Google pollinators!
If you want beauty and functionality in you landscape environment…Go Green with Ecological Landscaping!
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