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Native Wild Plants

                                                                                        Native Wild Plant Advantages 
 Native wild plants can make a great addition to any landscapes. There are a variety of options available to meet your outdoor needs. Most types of native wild plants are easy to care and low maintenance. However, each will add a unique flair to your landscape. Cattails
There are a variety of cattails in existence. Found in wetland regions, cattails can also makes the perfect to pond landscape or other body of water. With the proper care, these plants can thrive. However, cattails need regular maintenance for proper growth. Not only do they look great, but they also provide other advantages. For example, cattails can provide habitats and protection for aquatic animals. The plant also has a rich history of being useful to humans as well. Native Americans learned that the plant was edible and produced a nutty flavor when roasted or dried. Cattails are also used to produce furniture, mats and other goods. Daisy Plants-This common widespread flower is a huge favorite of home gardeners and professional landscapers, a like. Perhaps it is because of their classic simple look or the fact that they are extremely easy to grow and care for. There are several different variations of daisies, so you can find the perfect look for your needs. These flowers are known to thrive in warm-winter climates and are extremely low-maintenance. Daisy plants are tolerant of heavy rain and wind and are the perfect choice for those that don't want to spend a lot of time or effort caring for their landscape. Pennsylvania Sedge Grass-Pennsylvania sedge grass is a grass-like perennial that produces low-laying clumps. The plugs can be planted about 12 inches apart from each other during the fall and will produce lush foliage with little maintenance. This type of plant provides great ground cover and some even need to mow only two or three times a year. Pennsylvania sedge grass thrives in partial sunlit areas.