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Fort Wayne Home & Garden Show Presentation

This Friday Judith will be giving a presentation at the Fort Wayne Home & Garden Show on Container Gardens with Native Plants. She is encouraging everyone to plant native, mostly perennial plants in containers regardless of where they may live. This helps to provide food and habitats for our native pollinators, which are declining. It saves money when you plant once and don’t have to plant annuals. Native plants are very hardy and usually do well with little care except for watering at first to establish a strong root system.

Visit the show and check out this increasingly informative presentation on working with the plants that naturally grow in the area that we live in.

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Features in The Waynedale News

The work of J. Lynne Associates has been written about in the Waynedale news not once but twice now! Click on one of the images below to read what others are saying about us. We owe a huge thank you to the Waynedale news for featuring us as well!

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Judith with Jane in her front yard planting bed.

Here’s what Judith said about Jane’s project; “It was a wonderful project, creating a beautiful and and sustainable garden for Jane. She encouraged me to install as many native perennials as possible to fit her space, design, and budget. Jane’s quote explains her reason for going native is “I just believe it should be natural. They’re hardy, they’re natural, and I really like the way it turned out.”

About the Prairie Preservation Project Judith says “It was a pleasure working with Eddie and Nan Coble on designing a native plant display perennial garden. We walked and measured the

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Judith, Nan, and Eddie in front of the Prairie as it’s being seeded.

property and talked about ways to discourage small animals from eating the new plants. We planned on successive flowering during the season with small grasses adding height and drama. We also included nectar plants to help the bees find food and produce honey.”