How to make an urban garden a wildlife habitat

02/3/2013 | Seattle Times, The

Urban gardens can double as wildlife habitats when designed properly, according to this article. This can be seen in the Seattle garden of landscape architect Keith Geller, which features spaces for people, layers of shade trees, rocks that collect rainwater and small shrubs to serve as home for birds. Evergreens provide color year-round, while perennials offer nourishment for beneficial insects.

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