Gardening for Biodiversity

Gardening for Biodiversity

Please join us on Sunday July 16th at 1:30pm, in Classroom #125 of the Commerce Bank Education Center (CBEC) at the Missouri Botanical Garden, when Kyle Cheesborough will be our guest speaker.

Natural ecosystems have a wide diversity of plants, animals, and soil organisms, and ideally so should our gardens. We can accomplish this by growing a diversity of plants, especially heirloom crops and native plants, as well as accepting and encouraging a wide variety of insect and animal species. Long term ecological balance is based on biodiversity, and gardening is a way that we can participate in bringing biodiversity back to altered landscapes. To learn more about Kyle, please refer to the 2017 Speakers Section of our Daffodil Events page.

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