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How to Look Beyond Butterfly Bush When Planting for Wildlife
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How to Look Beyond Butterfly Bush When Planting for Wildlife
6 Plants That Beat Butterfly Bush for the Wildlife Draw Photo 3 of 9 What to Plant Instead The key to good garden design, and replacing butterfly bush, is succession gardening. This means always having something in bloom from spring through fall. When one key pollinator plant stops blooming
gardening. This means always having something in bloom from spring through fall. When one key pollinator plant stops blooming, another turns on to take its place.
plants that bloom one after the other so there is always something blooming
What to Plant Instead The key to good garden design, and replacing butterfly bush, is succession gardening. This means always having something in bloom from spring through fall. When one key pollinator plant stops blooming, another turns on to take its place. This way we can mimic the long bloom time
“Garden” — leslie
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
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The Kitchen Garden
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The Kitchen Garden: Perennials in the vegetable kitchen garden, loved by the pollinators
molds ensure healthy crops. Interplanting edibles with companion plants is also important. Copley-Smith even intentionally allows some edibles to flower and self-seed. Here she grows Veronicastrum, aster and Perovskia. Pollinator plants attract natural fauna, but sometimes staying hands off encourages
molds ensure healthy crops. Interplanting edibles with companion plants is also important. Copley-Smith even intentionally allows some edibles to flower and self-seed. Here she grows Veronicastrum, aster and Perovskia.Pollinator plants attract natural fauna, but sometimes staying hands off encourages
mould ensure healthy crops. Interplanting edibles with companion plants is also important. Copley-Smith even intentionally allows some edibles to flower and self-seed. Here she grows Veronicastrum, aster and Perovskia.Pollinator plants attract natural fauna, but sometimes staying hands off encourages
“ext” — darsigny
Erin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
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Wallingford Vegetable Beds
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Lavender and Salvias providing plants for pollinators next to vegetable beds.
raised beds plus frame. pollinator beds - lavender, yarrow, salvias attract beneficial insects
Pollinator beds. Three pollinator beds flank the raised beds at grade. Plants such as lavender, hyssop
lavendar and yarrow planted near cucumber helps polinate
and attract beneficial insects and birds to the edibles that need their help with pollination. “This is especially necessary for plants such as squashes and cucumbers
pollinator beds flank the raised beds
Pollinator beds for lavender, hyssop, salvias, yarrow and sunrose (Seattle)
Pollinator beds. Three pollinator beds flank the raised beds at grade. Plants such as lavender, hyssop, salvias, yarrow and sunrose intermingle and attract beneficial insects and birds to the edibles that need their help with pollination. “This is especially necessary for plants such as squashes and
“Raised beds” — carongeorge
Three Men & A Shovel Landscaping
Pollinator Garden
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Ecological Landscape Design
Owens residence
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landscape features a forb meadow, native grasses, raised vegetable beds, fruit trees and edibles highlighted by an artful birdbath surrounded by pollinator-attracting plants. Urbanite pathways with crushed walnut shell fill provide transitions. Grass seen here is California native Aristida purpurea. Photos:
“covering a large space with grasses” — saraahkaae
Ecological Landscape Design
Owens residence
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features a forb meadow, native grasses, raised vegetable beds, fruit trees and other edibles highlighted by an artful birdbath surrounded by pollinator-attracting plants. Photos: Bernadette Balics / Ecological Landscape Design
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Erin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
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Wallingford Vegetable Beds
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Here’s how this budget broke down: Sod removal from original parking strip: $1,800 Pollinator plants: $200 Foot-traffic-friendly plants: $300 Lumber and hardware: $1,700
700 Soil: $600 Wood chips: $250 Flagstone: $175 Dish rock: $200 Construction and planting labor: $2,500 Irrigation (by separate company): $3,000 Erin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle Landscape Architects & Designers
lifestyle, even planting directly in the ground, using other materials, scaling back the size, doing some of the work yourself, and watering with a hose.Here’s how this budget broke down:Sod removal from original parking strip: $1,800Pollinator plants: $200Foot-traffic-friendly plants: $300Lumber and
“flower bed” — fredmann
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
T h e | D e e p | M i d d l e
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You can use the local resources tool to get detailed pollinator planting guides, links to native plants and a list of nearby nurseries that sell native plants. There’s even a map showing local birds recently spotted, and a which bird/which plant ID tool.
You can use the local resources tool to get detailed pollinator planting guides, links to native plants and a list of nearby nurseries that sell native plants. There’s even a map showing local birds recently spotted, and a which bird/which plant ID tool.
“beautiful textures” — patshe
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