Many plants with potentially harmful effects are quite prevalent in the environment and many of us go about our daily lives completely unaware.

Many plants with potentially harmful effects are quite prevalent in the environment and many of us go about our daily lives completely unaware.

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While I am yet to discover the perfect replacement for the ornamental uniqueness of Japanese maples, I think I’ve found a close second in an interesting cultivar of our native redbud.

Though we cannot see them, soil microorganisms perform a variety of incredibly important ecosystem functions, such as carbon sequestration and nutrient cycling.

Forsythia is currently blooming across central Illinois with clusters of bright yellow flowers, creating a dramatic display.

Forsythia is currently blooming across central Illinois with clusters of bright yellow flowers, creating a dramatic display.

Forsythia is currently blooming across central Illinois with clusters of bright yellow flowers, creating a dramatic display.

Forsythia is currently blooming across central Illinois with clusters of bright yellow flowers, creating a dramatic display.

Plant selection across the U.S. horticulture industry is highly skewed toward non-native plants, which do not support native wildlife like our native flora do.

Plant selection across the U.S. horticulture industry is highly skewed toward non-native plants, which do not support native wildlife like our native flora do.

Plant selection across the U.S. horticulture industry is highly skewed toward non-native plants, which do not support native wildlife like our native flora do.

Plant selection across the U.S. horticulture industry is highly skewed toward non-native plants, which do not support native wildlife like our native flora do.

Plant selection across the U.S. horticulture industry is highly skewed toward non-native plants, which do not support native wildlife like our native flora do.

Plant selection across the U.S. horticulture industry is highly skewed toward non-native plants, which do not support native wildlife like our native flora do.

Plant selection across the U.S. horticulture industry is highly skewed toward non-native plants, which do not support native wildlife like our native flora do.

Plant selection across the U.S. horticulture industry is highly skewed toward non-native plants, which do not support native wildlife like our native flora do.

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