How to Create a Backyard Rain Garden with Native Plants
Gardeners in the Pacific Northwest and beyond are searching for low-maintenance, resilient, environmentally-friendly substitutes for turfgrass and exotic plants. Rain gardening with native plants is a solution, with repercussions beyond the aesthetics. This presentation will give examples of converting ornamental gardens in incremental ways, so they are valuable components of the landscape.
Following the D Avenue Block Party, join us for this presentation by OSU Master Gardener Kris LaMar. In addition to being a Master Gardener, Ms. LaMar has been a Master Recycler volunteer for Metro since 2013. She is a frequent speaker on native plants, pollinators, soils and composting. As a gardener, she is using native plants to replace less valuable ones on her Damascus property.
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