Resource Page for Southern Appalachian Plant Society

Below are additional resources that I thought you might find useful. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. I’m happy to help if I can.

~ Shannon Trimboli

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Relevant Backyard Ecology Resources as of March 12, 2023

Blog

Wildflower vs Native Plant: What’s the Difference?
Understanding a Common Saying When Growing Native Plants
Plant at least 70% of yard in native plants to increase songbird nesting success
Remember the Shoulder Seasons when Planting for Pollinators
Attract Songbirds by Planting Native Trees and Shrubs that Produce Berries
Pollinator Friendly Methods for Mowing Fields
Leave Your Fall Leaves for Pollinators and Wildlife
Everything You Need to Know about the IUCN Listing of the Monarch Butterfly
Plant Multiple Species of Native Milkweeds for Monarch Caterpillars

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Podcast

Ecology Based Landscaping with Larry Weaner
Battery Powered Lawn Care Equipment and Ecological Lawn Care
Clovers! Native Clover Conservation, Clover Yards, and More
Growing Native Plants, Insect-Plant Interactions, Playing in the Pond, and Much More with Dr. Randi Eckel
Growing Native Plants in Small Yards
Gardening with Native Plants
Are Larger Patch Sizes Better When Planting for Pollinators?
Planting for Pollinators
Factors that Make Pollinator Gardens More Attractive to Pollinators
NRCS Programs for Pollinators and Wildlife
Getting the Community Involved in Creating Pollinator Habitat
Light Pollution and Its Impacts on Birds and Other Wildlife
Why Are Invasive Species Something You Should Care About?
Milkweeds in Urban and Suburban Monarch Waystations with Dr. Adam Baker
Diversity Matters When Gardening for Monarchs
Monarch Butterflies and OE (Ophryocystis elektroscirrha)
Attracting Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds to Your Yard

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Other Useful Free Resources

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Books Mentioned*

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