Celebrating 60 Years: Native Trees & Shrubs


Wednesday May 6th, 2015

In this backyard border, native trees and shrubs were utilized to attract wildlife, especially our feathered friends. Thea attraction is further enhanced with the feeding station. Serviceberry, amelanchier canadensis is in flower with lacey blossoms that will result in an edible blueberry-like fruit. Butterfly bush and perennials like iris and daisies add further attraction and color.

We are blessed with this song of spring.

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And we are helping to improve the environment still, since 1955!


Krista and I would like to pass on to your crew that we really do enjoy our front yard. We have found people stopping by to look at it as if it were a piece of art, of course we know it is. It has made a big difference in our enjoyment of our home. We will highly recommend you to all of our friends.

Jim Strafford

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