In The News

Judith’s in the Journal Gazette

This past Sunday’s edition of the Journal Gazette featured an article in the Living section discussing the benefits local gardeners have discovered planting native plants in their gardens. The writer of the article, Terry Richardson, interviewed Judith and photographed her home garden to share with the city. There is much excitement in the increased interest that native plants are receiving these days. We at J. Lynne Associates are happy to see these plants getting the attention they need for the benefit of our local ecosystem!

Here is a clip out of the article for you to read. Enjoy!

Before and After, Our Work

Before and After Photo Gallery of the 2019 Season

As spring begins we are looking forward to the 2020 season and looking back on projects completed in 2019. Featured here are several sets of before and after photos from that season giving examples of our work at J. Lynne Associates. Contact us now to start planning your outdoor transformation in 2020!

Around the Community

‘Native Friendly Trees, Shrubs & Perennials’ Presentation at Sophia’s Portico

This month Judith will be giving a presentation at Fort Wayne’s Sophia’s Portico on the use of native plants in gardens. This program will briefly touch on the origin of ideas about gardens which come mainly from Europe. You will learn how to help our environment with native plants and will be enticed to plant these wonderfully effective, functional members of our region. Come discover the interactions between plants and insects which hold keys to supporting our pollinators. Fall is a great time to learn how to be apart of this environmentally friendly growing trend.

The presentation costs $15 to attend and will be held on October 17 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.

For Homeowners

INPAWS Articles & Information

The quest to promote native plants in our area is strongly supported by the Indiana Native Plant & Wildflower Society, INPAWS and they have many helpful resources on their website. They have information on plants native to Indiana, which are the plants we promote in our landscaping projects. If you are interested in “Landscaping with Plants Native to Indiana” check out this PDF brochure from their website. The INPAWS website also houses an extensive library of native plant photos, Landscape Worthy Indiana Natives, which provides examples of what these natives look like in the wild.