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Native Plants in the City


Meadows consist of hardy, drought-tolerant native flowers, grasses, shrubs, and trees that together provide healthy natural habitat (food and shelter) for wildlife such as bees, caterpillars, butterflies, and birds.

Native meadows, with their permeable surfaces and deeply rooted plants, also absorb rainwater into groundwater. Thus, meadows are home to native species and help prevent toxic run-off flowing from roads, agricultural lands, and lawns from flooding homes, overwhelming wastewater systems, and polluting our streams, rivers, and oceans.


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