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Wildlife gardeners can counter habitat destruction

posted Jul 26, 2010 16:15:07 by Carole
Great article at Quad City Times by Alma Gaul about how important our gardens are to offset wildlife habitat loss.

What are you doing for wildlife in your garden?
Community hostess, wildlife gardener, avid birder, loves butterflies and all other critters. Find me on Twitter @CB4wildlife
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GetInTheGarden said Aug 04, 2010 21:50:42
Removing our invasive wisteria! Oh am I ever sorry I planted it... genuine gardener's regret!
Sowing, growing, harvesting and sharing. It's the garden way. :-)
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Carole said Aug 16, 2010 18:28:51
Hye Lisa thank you so much for sharing those photos of your nemesis, Chinese Wisteria. I was able to illustrate my article about dealing with this plant from them.
Community hostess, wildlife gardener, avid birder, loves butterflies and all other critters. Find me on Twitter @CB4wildlife
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