Overall, one tree produces nearly 260 pounds of oxygen each year. (more…)
Photo credit: Vicki Bonk
“Six years ago I decided to do my part to help ensure the health of the small lake I live on. I removed all the roses, daylilies, hydrangeas, and the rest of the plants I had been managing with TLC for years. I had been reading about native plants—about their deep roots and their ability to survive in periods of drought. And as a bonus, they didn’t need fertilizer or deadheading.
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