Planting a native tree is one of the most important ecological contributions you can make. But if you live in deer country, you need a plan in place to ensure its survival. Here’s how:
Deer hate them but we love them. Here are some of our favorite native shrubs that won’t get eaten up by deer.
In this lovely article on oak trees, the Washington Post recommended Redbud as a source for buying these wonderful native trees!
One uplifting way to mark the hardships and sorrows of a year like no other is to plant a tree.
As it grows, it will be a reminder of the time the world shut down and of those who died in the pandemic. A young tree, vigorous, aiming for the stars, also allows us to look forward and to share in its vitality.
But don’t plant just any tree. Make it an oak.
By Adrian Higgins, Washingon Post
One day, three destinations: Mt. Cuba, Gateway Garden Center and Redbud Native Nursery. Read the article for your native plant road trip itinerary.
Redbud Co-Owner Lisa McDonald Hanes was interviewed as a featured guest on today’s #GiftCardMonday.
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