If bugs aren’t eating your plants, you’re doing it wrong

Native gardening is about the beauty of plants adapted to the local environment, as well as creating a framework for the greatest possible diversity of life on your piece of land. Native plants are good for insects, which are good for birds, perform necessary ecosystem functions, and are beautiful in their own right. To support butterflies, their caterpillars need to eat the leaves of host plants. Read more from the Dyck Arboretum blog!

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