Native plants program teaches homeowners how to help wildlife
GREENWOOD, Indiana (AP) – The carefully planted and planned restored prairie of Old City Park in Greenwood hummed and buzzed with activity.
Bees, flies and butterflies moved from flower to flower, sucking up nutrients. Stems of goldenrod, prairie clover, swamp milkweed, and purple coneflower provided a buffet of all kinds for all manner of insects. The grasses rustled and stirred in the breeze.