Native Pennsylvania plants and flowers are preferred in local gardens. These varieties provided calorie-dense nourishment to pollinators and help to maintain the original look of Pennsylvania’s wilds.
Native Pennsylvania plants and flowers are preferred in local gardens. These varieties provided calorie-dense nourishment to pollinators and help to maintain the original look of Pennsylvania’s wilds. Photo provided
Native Pennsylvania plants and flowers are preferred in local gardens. These varieties provided calorie-dense nourishment to pollinators and help to maintain the original look of Pennsylvania’s wilds. Photo provided

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