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  1. Navitar vs. Native: What's the difference?

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    Gardeners everywhere walk the fine line between wanting native, hardy plants and that flashy new and improved variety that’s hot in the stores. It can be a hard choice when really we just want them all, even if we don’t know exactly where we’re going

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  2. Top Trends In Using Native Plants In Front Yard Landscapes

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    If you’re looking for a sign to redo your garden, to add more plants to your landscape, or anything along those lines, then this is it. We’re telling you to use native plants!

    They have it all: soft beauty, env

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  3. 5 Types of Early Blooming Native Pollinator Plants

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    “The first blooms of spring always make my heart sing.” - S. Brown

    Feed the bees and lend a hand to those early arriving beneficial insects this year by providing (or letting remain) their favorite early spring snacks to sustain them unt

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  4. Get To Know Audubon® Native Bird-Friendly Plants

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    Introducing the Bird-friendly line of Audubon® Native Plants, Trees, and Shrubs! It’s easy to provide food and shelter for local and migrating birds, and other wildlife, wh

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  5. 5 No-Brainer Native Plants For The East

    Eastern Natives Blog

    If you have joined us for our other blogs within our Regional Series, you know the perks, advantages and reasons behind growing native plants or selections of native plants in a landscape

    However, if this is your first rodeo, native plants hold

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  6. 5 No-Brainer Native Plants For The North

    Northern Natives Blog

    Welcome back to our ‘Regional Blog Series!’ We’ve highlighted the top 5 native plants for the South and then those for the West. Well North and Midwest, it is your time to shine!

    Adding native plants to a landscape has been a must for a major

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  7. Sedum: Your Yard’s Greatest Companion

    Angelina Sedum Groundcover Going Down Stairs

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  8. Natives Are the Next Big Thing!

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    What to plant - that is the “perennial” question from many of our customers!

    With so many options available these days - and a never-ending list of new plants being introduced not only from the US but from other countries as well - it’s a cha

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  9. Top Beneficial Insects for Your Garden!

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    "Bugs are not going to inherit the earth. They own it now. 

    So we might as well make peace with the landlord."

    - Thomas Eisner

    Pest control comes

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  10. 5 No-Brainer Native Plants For The South

    Southern Natives Blog

    Plants that have adapted to the local climate and the conditions of the soil in areas of where they naturally occur are considered to be native. In a gardener's eyes, these plants are a goldmine!

    With several advantages, including easier overall

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