Native plants occur naturally in a particular environment, ecosystem or habitat without direct or indirect human interference. Native plants include all kinds of plants from mosses and ferns to wildflowers, shrubs and trees. Some native plants have adapted to very limited, unusual environments or very harsh climates or exceptional soil conditions. Although some types of plants for this reasons exist only within a very limited range. Research has found that insects depend on native plants.
There are many benefits to using native plants in your landscape-for you, for your community, and for wildlife.
- Save Water:
Once established, many native plants need minimal irrigation beyond normal rainfall.
- Low Maintenance:
Low maintenance landscaping methods are a natural fit with native plants that are already adapted to the local environment. Look forward to using less water, little to no fertilizer, little to no pesticides and less of your time.
- Pesticide Freedom:
Native plants have developed their own defences against many pests and diseases. Since most pesticides kill indiscriminately, beneficial insects become secondary targets in the fight against pests. Reducing or eliminating pesticide use lets natural pest control take over and keeps garden toxins out of our creeks and watersheds.
- Wildlife Viewing:
Native plants, birds, butterflies, beneficial insects, and interesting critters are “made for each other.”
- Support Local Ecology:
As development replaces natural habitats, planting gardens, parks, and roadsides with native plants can provide a “bridge” to nearby remaining wild lands.
Green Spaces realtors have been developing eco-friendly real estates and sustainable green urban spaces. Green Spaces Realtors enthusiastically participates in varied plantations including native plants and conservation of natural resources throughout their projects.
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