Shade Gardening with Natives

Do you struggle to grow grass under trees? Instead extend your wildlife habitat offering by learning how to create layered landscapes of natives in shady parts of your yard. Less lawn, less mowing, and instead layers of native ground covers, perennials, shrubs, understory trees, and canopy trees. Many shade-loving natives flower and bear fruit that benefits birds, butterflies, moths, turtles; plus many shade-loving natives are important caterpillar plants for our butterflies and moths. If you are just beginning to add native trees and shrubs to your yard, Pat Sutton will share the very best natives that will enhance your habitat and benefit wildlife.