Native plants provide the food, shelter, and nesting habitat favored by our local wildlife. Make your garden a sanctuary for songbirds, hummingbirds, butterflies, bees and other wildlife using native plants.
Did you Know?
Native plants are adapted to our climate of wet winters and dry summers.
Require less water than most non-natives once they are established.
Resist native pests and diseases better.
Improve water quality by needing less fertilizer and no pesticides.
Save resources and encourage a sense of Stewardship.
Native plants will need a little care in their infancy in order to develop a healthy root system so provide them with supplemental water the first couple of years, but after that most natives planted in a favorable site require little additional attention."