Gardeners Can Make a Difference – Help Protect Our Native Pollinators!
A pollinator-friendly yard not only provides nectar and pollen for the pollinators, but also nesting sites and/or host plants on which pollinators can lay their eggs. When the eggs hatch, the leaves of the host plant are instant food.
Pollinator-Friendly Landscaping Tips:
- Plan for as long a season
Cheri is the featured expert for APLD’s Design Master Class article in the Spring 2015 edition of “The Designer” magazine. Check out her article at http://issuu.com/apld/docs/apldspring2015 on pages 47-53.
Once our firm began using 3D modeling, it brought a higher design value to our clients and increased our profit margin. It helps our clients visualize themselves in the space