A native meadow is an ecologically vibrant landscape, providing food and habitat to native pollinators and other wildlife. The deep, undisturbed roots of mature meadow plants capture and store carbon. Meadows rarely need visits from lawnmowers or leaf-blowers, thus reducing air pollution and neighborhood noise.
But meadows are not simply lawns or perennial beds gone wild. At this talk, we'll discuss the definition of a meadow, site selection, and design.
The Masschusetts Master Gardeners Association will sponsor this talk. Open to Association members only.
Inquire: Kathleen Devericks