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Tue April 2, 2013
From Blueberries To Ladyslippers, The Benefits Of A Native Garden
So, most of the snow has melted. The day are longer and warmer. And you may be starting to think about your garden.
Anne Rowlands, co-publisher of Connecticut Gardener magazine talks with WNPR's Ray Hardman about early season gardening tips and the benefits of of a native garden.
"The little bugs that feed on the native plants are the ones that feed your birds; that feed their babies," Rowlands said.