Are Native Cultivars Ecologically Beneficial? Interview With Dr. Doug Tallamy

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Are Native Cultivars Ecologically Beneficial? Interview With Dr. Doug Tallamy

Ground breaking research being conducted by Dr. Doug Tallamy seeks to answer the important question:  Do cultivars of native trees and shrubs have the same ecological benefits as straight species natives?  Learn more in this interview with Kim Eierman and Dr. Tallamy, author of Bringing Nature Home.

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