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Get Wild, Go Native!

Native gardening is good for our air, our water, wildlife and us! Once established, native plants save time and money by reducing—sometimes eliminating—the need for fertilizers, pesticides, water and lawn maintenance equipment.

And, what's more, native gardening is easy to do, no matter where you live. In the videos below, gardeners from across the United States share how they've used native plants in their own yards to reduce storm water runoff, attract wildlife, help their gardens grow and much more.

Download a copy of our Get Wild, Go Native: Put Your Garden to Bed Tips infographic.

Learn how food at a picnic would not be possible without pollinators.

How to build a rain garden in two days.

Michelle Kalantari shares how she transformed her yard.

Urban Gardens.

Native plants provide beauty all year long.

Students help create and learn from a beautiful native garden.

Conservancy supporters in Arkansas build native memorial garden.

Conservancy's Doug Ladd talks with the Missouri Botanical Garden.

Conservancy Supporter Nancy Heiden talks about rain gardens.

Volunteer Andy Dail shares tips for a sustainable food garden.

Jeff Walk talks urban gardens and the importance of native plants.

Jeff Walk talks with Jim Runnion (Chicago Transit Authority) about rooftop gardens.

Jeff Walk talks with Julie Samuels (Openlands) about community gardens.

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Join our "Go Native" group to learn all the ways you can "Get Wild" in your life.

 
 
 
 

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