This companion to the midwestern native garden offers suggestions to those seeking native woody alternatives to non native ornamental shrubs and trees adelman and schwartz divided the book into four seasons each lists non native plants but following each entry at least one native woody species is listed that resembles the non native plant . This article is courtesy of the following author charlotte adelman with her husband bernard l schwartz is the author of midwestern native shrubs and trees gardening alternatives to nonnative species an illustrated guide the companion book to the midwestern native garden native alternatives to nonnative flowers and plants winner of the 2012 helen hull award from the national garden . Midwestern native shrubs and trees gardening alternatives to nonnative species its a comprehensive and ambitious undertaking that focuses on substituting native woody plants for nonnatives in arkansas illinois indiana iowa kansas kentucky michigan minnesota missouri ohio wisconsin and ontario canada. In a landscape dominated by ornamental plants from far reaches of the globe midwestern native shrubs and trees opens our eyes to the abundance variety and stunning beauty of the midwests many native species of shrubs trees ground covers and vines but many americans choose nonnative plants. Midwestern gardeners and landscapers are becoming increasingly attracted to noninvasive regional native wildflowers and plants over popular nonnative species the midwestern native garden offers viable alternatives to both amateurs and professionals whether they are considering adding a few native plants or intending to go native all the way
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