Keystone plants are natives that are essential to our ecosystems because they support 90% of the caterpillar species that enable our terrestrial birds to reproduce, as well as all of our specialist native bee species. Join Garden for Wildlife™ collaborator, Entomologist Doug Tallamy, as he shares the importance of keystone plants and how they support healthy wildlife communities.
Recorded June 21, 2021
Bring your garden to life! The Native Plant Finder is an indispensable tool based on the research of Dr. Tallamy and in partnership with the United States Forest Service. Enter your zip code to discover the best native plants, attract butterflies and moths, and support birds and other fauna.
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