Greater County County Wildlife will invite the community to a garden visit at a home in Wayne on Saturday, August 28 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Sign up for a limited time at startinyouryard.com. Admission is free.
The Busy family He moved from Southern California to Illinois in 2007 and was unfamiliar with the region’s native plants. Angelica Binkmanman-Busi took part in the episode with Pat Hill, one of the founders of the chapter.
In some places they began to remove grass cover and added French fluids to collect excess water. Like many gardeners, sometimes the weeds seemed to be winning, but they remained there and some local plants were very helpful in destroying weeds.
The composition of the plants in her yard has changed over time, in part because some areas are wet, but in trying to control the spread of some aggressive plants. Most of the plants were native, and she left behind a few ornamental plants.
Brinkmann-Busi allows you to see how the landscape changes over the course of the year and to get a closer look at the wildlife and to present beautiful flowers from time to time.
Unfortunately, one of the most sought after plants in the world is a highly toxic toxin, so please wear it so you don’t get hurt.
For inquiries, contact Kimberly Hag at Greater County County Wildlife at firstname.lastname@example.org or (630) 200-5665.