Tour the Wild Side – Using Native Plants in Your Landscape
Saturday, August 21 and Sunday, August 22, 10:00-3:00 p.m. both days
Native plants support birds and pollinators by providing habitat and food and, in return, benefit from the birds and insects spreading seeds and pollen. Native plants also provide for the health and wellness of those living in sub/urban areas alongside the birds, bugs, and other creatures.
The Tour’s goal is to introduce people to more “wild” and native yards and public spaces and learn how to create these important spaces. Several residential landscapes throughout the Lincoln area will be open on Saturday, and on Sunday you will be able to visit with local nurseries and see up-close public spaces where native plants are growing. Plant, bird, and insect experts will join the owners to help answer your questions and to explain why native plants, birds, and insects depend on each other.
Updates and more details will also be available on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/search/top?q=wachiska and https://www.facebook.com/springcreekprairie/