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Don't let water shortage ruin the beauty of your outdoor spaces! Create a low water landscape with native plants that are naturally drought tolerant and help in conserving water. Also check out how My Home Park's native plant collections make it easy to design a beautiful and water-efficient garden.
Butterfly Milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa), often called simply Butterfly Weed, is a beautiful and easy-to-grow perennial plant native across much of North America.
Create gardens for pollinators by using native plants!
Iowa is home to a diverse range of ecosystems, including prairies, woodlands,...
Learn more about Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) and the benefits it brings to pollinators and your yard!
Are you looking for plants that are native to the state of Minnesota? We explain what it means to be a Minnesota native plant and share a short list of some examples to get you started!
Transform your garden from dull to inspiring with the power of plant diversity. Discover how you can create a thriving ecosystem in your backyard by adding diverse plant species, ranging from wildflowers to native grasses.
This article spotlights five benefits of using native flora in campus landscaping, supported by examples of institutions which have successfully incorporated natives in their campus landscapes
Are you looking for plants that are native to the state of Wisconsin? We explain what it means to be a Wisconsin native plant and share a short list of some examples to get you started!
Learn more about how native plants can help you engage in sustainable gardening.
Are you looking for plants that are native to the state of Indiana? We explain what it means to be an Indiana native plant and share a short list of some examples to get you started!
This article explains the need for companies to utilize native plants in their commercial landscape designs.
Are you looking for plants that are native to the state of Illinois? We explain what it means to be an Illinois native plant and share a short list of some examples to get you started!
This blog highlights 6 common gardening mistakes that people make while starting a native plant garden. Learn how you can avoid making these errors to enjoy a successful gardening journey.
Are you looking for plants that are native to the state of Michigan? We explain what it means to be a Michigan native plant and share a short list of some examples to get you started!
This is a guide to starting a native plant garden. Reading these 11 gardening tips will help you create an eco-friendly habitat from scratch.
Learn how to replace your lawn with native plants and transform your yard into a eco-friendly, pollinator-friendly habitat. Find out how MHP plant collections can help you kickstart a native plant garden.
Are you looking for plants that are native to the state of Ohio? We explain what it means to be an Ohio native plant and share a short list of some examples to get you started!
Native plants are an excellent replacement for grass and many municipalities, governmental buildings, corporate campuses are removing grass and replacing it with native plants and native grasses. Native plants and grasses are inexpensive to install and are low-maintenance and require little to no additional water. My Home Park replaced grass with native plants for $3 / square foot.
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Gift a native plant garden to someone else, and give a gift of beauty and impact!
Planting a native plant garden restores the habitats for pollinators such as bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects. Native plant gardens provide shelter and food for birds as well. But how long will it take for my native plants to start growing and helping pollinators?
We have put together an essential guide on establishing and maintaining a native plant garden during the first year. Native plants can succeed by following these simple steps. Learn how planting the right native plants will help pollinators, birds and beneficial insects.
Campus landscaping is a powerful tool that draws prospective students to the university or college and influences their enrollment decisions. Designing these spaces with native plants can enhance biodiversity, foster environmental stewardship and instill the values of sustainable living.
Sustainable native plant landscapes in commercial/corporate campuses supports sensitive ecosystems and offers short-term and long-term benefits to workers and organizations.
Fall is the best time to plant native plants - the air is cool, the ground is still warm and plants are ready to invest their energy in root growth.
Adam Woodruff and Peggy and John have completely different garden design philosophies. Learn about their philosophies and how they're both influenced by native plants.
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Home gardens play a crucial role in supporting the ecosystem which is essential for human well-being. Instead of opting for mono-culture gardens filled with lawns or non-native (exotic, ornamental plants that native insects cannot thrive on), we can make better choices that support local wildlife.
An article that outlines the importance of native plants.
Replace your lawn with native plants and save on lawn maintenance costs, water and more.
My Home Park understands the complex partnerships between native plants, insects and the planet. We aim to help you make the right landscaping choices that look good and serve ecological functions as well. Here are some of the ways in which MHP can support your goals of creating pollinator-friendly gardens in your yards along with restoring lost habitats in your communities.
Learn about how native plants can increase your property value, alongside beautifying your yard and bringing pollinators.
Native plants which are local to our regions are crucial to provide habitats and food for thousands of essential creatures that work hard to keep our ecosystem in balance. By prioritizing native plants over lawns or invasive plants, we can support the wildlife that supports us.
Native plants which are local to our regions are crucial in bringing back creatures like beetles, bugs, butterflies, bats and thousands of bee species that pollinate about 80% of our food crops. By prioritizing them over lawns or exotic plants, we can fill our yards with these friendly and useful species that re-establish our connections with nature.
The fact is, native plant gardens come with their own set of challenges, although fewer than growing ornamental gardens or lawns. Learn more about the challenges and easy solutions to overcome them!
Learn about alternatives to boxwoods in the form of native plants!