Native perennial grasses and shrubs increase the populations of beneficial insects, even when plants are 100-250 feet away from crops or gardens.
Native perennial grasses and shrubs increase the populations of beneficial insects, even when plants are 100-250 feet away from crops or gardens. Sacramento Bee file
Native perennial grasses and shrubs increase the populations of beneficial insects, even when plants are 100-250 feet away from crops or gardens. Sacramento Bee file

Only 5% of insects are bad for your garden

May 04, 2018 05:26 PM