The CW Native Plant Farm is included in the Open Gardens section of the 2020 Buffalo Niagara Garden Walk as a Native Habitat.
Stop at our farm or visit a botanical garden to discover native plants.
Search for native plants local to your community.
Attend a presentation discussing the role native plants plays in the community. Learn how native plants can offer resiliency in a changing climate. See what native plants can do for you in your own garden.
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Consider retaining or planting a native tree, bush or plant on your property. Native trees offer a great deal more to wildlife than exotic or invasive plant material. Top native trees include oaks, cherries, willows, hawthorns and birches.
Trees provide shade, food for caterpillars and birds as well as help reduce Co2 levels.
Trees and bushes can provide shade and decreases heat levels in the summer.
Plant native species in your garden to help wildlife in your area. Try to avoid using fertilizers and pesticides in your yard as they are harmful to your and wildlife. Vow to be a lazy gardener and allow native butterflies and insects overwinter. Help migrating birds by building a brush pile. Create a living science project in your garden with a meadow. Make space for wildlife in your yard, school or community.