From Blueberries To Ladyslippers, The Benefits Of A Native Garden
'We Have a Responsibility To Help Keep Things Connected'
So, most of the snow has melted. The day are longer and warmer. And you may be starting to think about your garden.
Anne Rowlands, co-publisher of Connecticut Gardener magazine talks with WNPR's Ray Hardman about early season gardening tips and the benefits of of a native garden.
"The little bugs that feed on the native plants are the ones that feed your birds; that feed their babies," Rowlands said.