Thursday, February 12, 2015

Plants that Work for a Living

An avid group of SAPS members attended Lisa Wagner's program on Native Plants for Pollinators at the library in Franklin.

While many of us may have been familiar with the plants suggested for use in attracting pollinating creatures, it was great to be reminded of their importance to our ecology and to our survival!

Lisa is passionate about her subject and exquisitely knowledgeable about the topic.  She gave us practical suggestions on providing a landscape which promotes diversity and sustenance for the entire food chain.  Pretty is great but pretty also has to work for a living!

Visit her website here for additional information on the subject of Natural Gardening.