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Native plants for your Maine garden

Maureen Heffernan

Native plants for your Maine garden

by Maureen Heffernan

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Published by Down East Books in Camden, Me .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Native plants for cultivation -- Maine,
  • Native plant gardening -- Maine

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMaureen Heffernan ; photographs by William Cullina.
    ContributionsCullina, William.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB439.24.M2 H44 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23391932M
    ISBN 109780892727865
    LC Control Number2009020026
    OCLC/WorldCa318421309

    It takes time for native plants to grow and for pollinators to find your garden, especially if you live far from wild lands. Bee Chemical Free. Pesticides and herbicides kill pollinators. Bee a little messy. outside in nature. Notice Most of our native bee species (70%) nest underground so avoid using weed cloth or heavy mulch. Bee Aware. ObserveFile Size: 3MB.   My first sojourn to Garden in the Woods was enough to convert me. (See Walk on the Wild Side: A New England Woodland Garden.)Ever since that visit to the New England Wild Flower Society‘s native showcase, I have become a huge devotee of native plants. Which is why I recently found myself on a pilgrimage, driving two hours west of my Boston-area home, to visit Author: Justine Hand.

    While the use of a mass of color can have a great visual impact regardless of your landscape design theme, mass plantings are especially called for when planting moon gardens: A mass of white flowers simply has a better chance of having an impact than would the same white flowers scattered about. Remember, you are looking for plants that show up at night; one blossom .   Make a contribution to the Chickadee Checkoff on Maine’s income tax form to help provide funding for non-game and endangered and threatened species in Maine. (Note Maine’s new Tax Day July 15) Plant native plants in your yard or get your seedlings started. Non-natives can out-compete native species for resources.

    Honey Petal Plants, Belfast, Maine. likes. A plant nursery offering native perennials and shrubs, herbs, flowers for cutting, and many other plants 5/5.   Native Plants for New England Gardens is a product of his passion for public horticulture. Photographer and author Dan Jaffe earned a degree in botany from the University of Maine, Orono, and has years of nursery and plant sales experience.


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