Growing a Wild Ones Website

One of the first “official” things we did to launch our new chapter was to set up this website for Front Range Wild Ones. We are in the process of sorting through our notes and materials for the resources that we think would be valuable to anyone interested in native landscaping. Ideas have included: lists of public gardens that showcase natives, links to other related regional websites, grant opportunities for schools, plant recommendations and, of course, information on chapter activities.

But we need to hear from you to make this website grow and become an important tool to promote native landscaping. What would you like to see added to our website? What questions do you have about native plants and gardening?

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7 Responses to Growing a Wild Ones Website

  1. jeannette sutton says:

    I’d love a list/link of/to natives (flowers, grasses and bushes) with photos and what local plant vendors are likely to carry them, and when to plant starts vs. seeds.

    Also a list of noxious weeds with photos would be very helpful. particularly those often found in openspace or along trails so we can yank them as found.

    How to convert problem areas into native areas. e.g. a weed infested curb strip that has historically been chemically treated to mitigate weed infestations.

    use eachothers influence to work with garden shops to stock mostly natives with fewer exotics rather than the opposite

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