Non-Native Landscaping Plants Are an Issue
There is a growing debate about whether non-native plants should be used in landscaping.
Tallamy makes his case by saying that increasing the development that uses them is destroying the natural habitats that support wildlife that ranges from insects to four-legged animals and birds, just not bugs and other plants.
Putting in non-native landscaping plants potentially results in the change of the local environments’ ecology of the area. For example, replacing native trees with exotic shrubs takes away berries for the birds in the area to eat.
Planting non-native plants is becoming the biggest problems in suburban areas. What people plant in their backyards not only affects the look of their yard and what new animals they will bring, but it affects the entire wildlife ecosystem.
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