by Mike Van Clef, Program Director, FoHVOS Invasive Species Strike Team
Originally presented September 16, 2020.
This talk goes over various landscape uses for native plants ranging from meadow patches to formal gardens. It focuses on selection of native plants based on their functions (e.g., screening, foundation plantings, plants for shade, etc.), emphasizing the value these plants provide to birds, bees and butterflies — contributing to increasing the health of our natural world. The talk also covers how to select deer resistant plants and develop creative ways to protect any native plant from marauding deer.
This recording and the slides and images contained therein are a copyrighted work of Mike Van Clef. It is available to you only for your personal viewing and is not to be copied, distributed, or sold in any manner. Please be respectful that the webinar recording is the property of the owner.
It starts off with an introduction to the NPSNJ and then proceeds to the presentation.