• The Wildlife Value of A Messy Garden

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    The Wildlife Value of A Messy Garden
    Becca Rodomsky-Bish September 5, 2017
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    Gardens are alive. No matter what time of year, if you quietly listen and watch, you will notice the plethora of activity. From budding flowers in the spring to the rustle of withered seedheads in the fall, our gardens are supporting animals of all shapes and sizes. Here's a secret not all gardeners know-if you choose to be a messy gardener in the fall and winter-the wildlife value of your garden soars.
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