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1 Favorite Virginia Natives Reviving the Normal Water Cycle that gives us life. One Yard at a Time Photos by Dave Eckert Please do not use photos without permission/proper credit Slide 1 of 45

2 Start with planting beds connected by wood chip trails Slide 2 of 45

3 Virginia Bluebells Slide 3 of 45

4 Phlox Slide 4 of 45

5 Green Dragon Slide 5 of 45

6 Jerusalem Artichoke Slide 6 of 5

7 Sea Oats Slide 7 of 45

8 Mayapple Slide 8 of 45

9 Virginia Creeper Slide 9 of 45

10 Ostrich Fern Slide 10 of 45

11 Sensitive Fern Slide 11 of 45

12 Wood Fern Slide 12 of 45

13 Lady Fern Slide 13 of 45

14 Christmas Fern Slide 14 of 45

15 Wisteria fructicens Slide 15 of 45

16 Purple Coneflower Cavalier Trail Park Slide 16 of 45

17 Ironweed Cavalier Trail Park Slide 17 of 45

18 Brown-eyed Susan T.J. Butterfly Garden Slide 18 of 45

19 Common and Swamp Milkweed T.J. Butterfly Garden Slide 19 of 45

20 Bee Balm T. J. Butterfly Garden Slide 20 of 45

21 Great Coreopsis (Tickseed) T.J. Butterfly Garden Slide 21 of 45

22 Spicebush Slide 22 of 45

23 Virginia Sweetspire Slide 23 of 45

24 Summersweet or Clethra alnifolnia Slide 24 of 45

25 Arrowwood Viburnum Cavalier Trail Park Slide 25 of 45

26 Drooping Leucothoe Slide 26 of 45

27 Elderberry Slide 27 of 45

28 Fothergilla Slide 28 of 45

29 Inkberry and Fothergilla Bike Trail Bridge Slide 29 of 45

30 Virginia Witchhazel Slide 30 of 45

31 Sweetshrub Slide 31 of 45

32 Oak Leaf Hydrangea Cavalier Trail Park Slide 32 of 45

33 Paw Paw Tree Slide 33 of 45

34 Fringe Tree T.J. School Slide 34 of 45

35 Redbud trees Cavalier Trail Park, Bike Trail Bridge Slide 35 of 45

36 Serviceberry Bike Trail Bridge Slide 36 of 45

37 Eastern Red Cedar Cavalier Trail Park Slide 37 of 45

38 Willow Oak W. Westmoreland Road Slide 38 of 45

39 American Hornbeam Cavalier Trail Park Slide 39 of 45

40 Sassafras tree Slide 40 of 45

41 River Birch tree Cavalier Trail Park Slide 41 of 45

42 Young Tupelo tree Cavalier Trail Park Slide 42 of 45

43 Sweetgum tree Cavalier Trail Park Slide 43 of 45

44 Yellowwood Grove Cavalier Trail Park Slide 44 of 45

45 Sourwood Cameron Road Slide 45 of 45


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