Native plant gardens conserve water, provide vital habitat and resources for wildlife, while reinforcing our local coastal identity. Interesting in every season, native gardens provide a window into the world of pollination and bird /plant interaction. From gorgeous Checkerspot and Swallowtail butterflies to little-noticed solitary bees and native ants, vibrant pink Clarkia and dainty beach strawberry plants hum with insects and the many birds that eat them. Use the articles below as a resource to help get your native garden up and buzzing fast.
The CNPS Yerba Buena Chapter is proud to announce a new gardening-for-wildlife project called Back Yard Natives. San Francisco is unusual in its back yard […]Read More