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View Resource The Secret To Leisurely Landscaping . . .

Explanation of how native plants save water, time, effort, money, and natural resources. Links to a plant selector tool for choosing the right plants for the environment and purpose.

http://bluethumb.org/billboard/intro/
View Resource Native Shrubs for the Increasingly Challenging Landscape Environment

The sustainable landscape featuring native plants is a rapidly expanding trend in horticulture. Native plants enhance the local ecology by providing habitat for wildlife and support for pollinators....

http://www.ecolandscaping.org/02/native-plants/native-shrubs...
View Resource LSU Professor Evaluates Photocatalytic Pavements

Article describes a Louisiana State University scientific experiment with road pavement that reduces pollution through self-cleaning and air purification qualities. Basic evaluation and data...

http://eponline.com/articles/2011/01/31/lsu-professor-evalua...
View Resource Plant Selector

[An interactive online tool for choosing the right plants for the environment and purpose. Includes 252 plants by type, sun exposure, soil moisture, height, color, and season for blooms.

http://www.bluethumb.org/plants/
View Resource Planting the Roadside

Describes the benefits of planting trees and shrubs on the roadside, and the proper procedures for doing so.

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc6187/
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