How do you communicate to your neighbors why you have little or no lawn, why you have a diversity of native plants, why your trees are not topped, why your shrubs are not pruned into meatballs, why you leave your perennials and grasses standing through winter?

Many of our neighbors are baffled by our ecological landscapes – filled with diverse native plants that we allow to grow in their natural forms.  It can be particularly challenging when your yard looks completely different from all the others in your ‘hood.

Educate and inspire your neighbors with some signage which explains what the heck you are doing and why.  Go bold and post multiple signs that explain your “unusual” gardening practices.

Some of these signs are only available after you have applied and met certain criteria for your landscape, others signs are available for a small

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