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Old 04-16-2017, 10:36 AM   #11
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Kathy, Jack, "In Defense Of Plants" and Illinois Botanizer, (another favorite)
https://www.facebook.com/illinoisbotanizer/
both in pictures and video show us plants out in nature where they are still growing. I'm a plant person with a strong interest in habitat so I think these people are doing a real service. The plant names and information about pollinators even some mention of garden use connects us to the life of these plants. I'm glad some of you here at WG liked the video.
I am going to have to check that out.

I, too, am very interested in native plants in their natural habitats. In fact, I would like to not only landscape with natives, but also use naturally occurring communities of natives in the landscape.
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