Wild Native Type Plants Have Many Uses In Mitigation & Landscaping
If your looking for plants to clean up swampy areas or perhaps to soak up a little moisture from an ears of standing water, try wild plants. The help preserve and clean and are probably the #1 staple of wildlife also to feed from. Native plants that works well in upland or wetland areas are subtle in appearance and also are super easy to grow and requires very little maintenance. Wild plants also helps feed birds, deer and other wild animals. They also help feed fish and reptiles. Cattails, bulrush, duck potato and wild blueberry plants are well thought of staples for wild type plants also.
Wetland mitigation projects and stream bank restoration plantings often requires native plants to stop soil erosion and to rebuild the areas where wildlife has been evacuated by dangerous fires and flooding.