Join Our Native Backyards Challenge Starting May 1st!
Ready to help the Earth from your yard? Then sign up now for our free community challenge starting May 1st.
Each week in May, I will send you an email with a mini challenge to help you get to know the plants in your yard and find great native plants to grow in your area.
The ultimate goal of the challenge is to incorporate two new native plants into your yard. I hope you’ll join us!
Do you have a traditional grass lawn with a few shrubs?
Imagine instead if your yard was full of song birds and pollinators!
Native Backyards is your resource for bringing your yard to life with native plants.
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Latest Blog Posts
- Hummingbird Bush (Flame Acanthus): A Texas NativeHummingbird Bush (also called Flame Acanthus) is the perfect hummingbird magnet in your garden. You’ll love growing this low-maintenance Texas native plant.
- Top 10 Tips for Growing Texas BluebonnetsMost Texans only see bluebonnets for their roadside photographing potential. They don’t realize they can easily grow them at home! I’m sharing my tips for growing Texas bluebonnets, whether you start a meadow of them or incorporate them into a perennial bed. This native Texas wildflower is a must have in your yard.
- 5 Reasons to Grow Autumn Sage (Salvia Greggii)If you live in Texas, Autumn Sage (Salvia Greggii) is the plant for you! This low-maintenance native perennial is a profuse bloomer and hummingbird magnet.