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Some Native / Wildlife Plants and Gardens in Falls Church Please do not use photos without permission/proper credit Slide 1 of 18
Virginia Bluebells (left), Mayapples (right) Slide 2 of 18
Columbine (left), Foamflower/Tiarella (right) Slide 3 of 18
Grass as paths (left) and mulch/stepping stones as path Slide 4 of 18
“Pocket woodland” under Willow Oak (left) and Mountain Laurel (right) Slide 5 of 18
Bee balm / butterfly plants (left) and Blue False Indigo (right) Slide 6 of 18
Purple coneflowers (left), native honeysuckle (center), and backyard butterfly garden (right) Slide 7 of 18
Cup Plant (left) and Scarlet Runner beans (not native, right) Slide 8 of 18
Butterfly garden (left) and Swamp Rose Mallow (right) at Falls Church Community Center Slide 9 of 18
Native wildflowers at Falls Church library Slide 10 of 18
Coneflowers at Falls Church Library (left); Switchgrass and Sweetbay Magnolia at Falls Church Community Center (right) Slide 11 of 18
Beautyberry at Falls Church Library (left) Inkberry and Sweetspire at Cherry Hill Park (right) Slide 12 of 18
Ferns and shrubs at City Hall (left), Inkberry and Sweetspire at Scout House (right) Slide 13 of 18
Button Bush at T. J. Elementary School Butterfly Garden Slide 14 of 18
Cranberry Viburnum (left) and Mapleleaf Viburnum Slide 15 of 18
Lawn reduction and native plantings around border of yard Slide 16 of 18
Polyphemus moth (left), Tiger Swallowtail (center), and House Wren (right) Slide 17 of 18
Rainwater harvesting and water-loving vegetation at homes to control runoff from yard and allow reuse of rainwater Slide 18 of 18
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