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Old 06-13-2014, 01:42 PM
dionkar336 dionkar336 is offline
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Hello everyone, my name is Dion, I have been involved with native plant projects and studying native plants for the last year or so. I just joined the forums in an effort to continue learning about native plants, particularly how I cab do habitat restorations.

On that note, I would like some advice from the more experienced members. I am trying to do a native landscaping project, and would like some ideas on plants that work well to support native pollinators. I live in San Josť, zip code 95118, so I would like plants specific to this area and ideas on what plants go well together for form, color, etc. Basically plants that compliment each other but also would grow in this area naturally would be the most ideal. I appreciate any and all help I can get, I've been having a tough time figuring this out on my own.

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Dion
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Old 07-13-2014, 02:03 AM
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Here is a link to the Las Pilitas website that has info on native plants
and their relationships to different life forms. This may help.
http://www.laspilitas.com/wildlife/c..._wildlife.html
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