Backyard Native Plants: Water Landscaping for Wildlife
When: Mon., Oct. 8, 2018 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM)
Where: Altoona Area Public Library Theater
1600 5th Ave.
Altoona, Pennsylvania 16602
registration deadline: October 4, 2018
Master Gardener Backyard Native Plants is presented by the Master Gardeners of Blair County and emphasizes how native plants, water features, and cover are important for our native pollinators and birds. Join us for Water Landscaping for Wildlife and learn how to make your yard a healthy habitat.
To Be Covered
Landscaping with Water for Wildlife - Build It & They Will Come
Water is a key component in any landscape; even small amounts will bring in a variety of wildlife. Learn how to create a variety of water features to attract birds, butterflies, and amphibians including bubbling boulder, rain garden, frog pond, bog garden, butterfly puddle, or even a vernal pool in your yard. Native plants that are appropriate to highlight the water feature will also be covered. See what animals, ranging from insects to birds to mammals, will benefit from your water landscaping.
Opportunities to get involved in habitat restoration projects will be shared!