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What are Native plants?|
Native plants are endemic /indigenous to an area.
They always grew in this area, they are well adapted to the climate.
A native plant doesn't need additional water to survive.
Native plants occur naturally, not planted by humans.
Under the category 'native plant' are trees, shrubs, flowers, herbs, grasses, mushroom, fungi.
In the US plants that grew before the first explorers / immigrants arrived can all be called native plants.
Native plants can adapted to very limited, unusual habitats. They can live in dry or wet conditions, can grow on acid or alkaline soil, they are just perfectly built to the condition they live on. Some native plants are endemic, only found in one spot on Earth. Other indigenous plants can grow where-ever you put them.
Why should we use native plants in our garden?
A) Native plants grow well.
B) Native plant need no additional water.
C) You don't need to fertilize them.
D) Native plants are resistant to local diseases.
So, you can have a beautiful yard with native plants, without spending money on all these un-natural things, as sprinkler systems, pesticides, fungizides, fertilizers ...
Main problem for native plants are man-made chemicals, and invasive species!
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Native plants need no additional water, no chemicals, no pesticides!
Native plants fight erosion, hold your soil!