North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Dan River Prison Work Program guide to native plants.
North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Dan River Prison Work Program guide to native plants produced by inmates in cooperation with Piedmont Community College for sale to North Carolina local, state and federal agencies and institutions. Photos and good plant descriptions for a number of the most used tree and shrub species.The movement to live more sustainably has proven that there are many benefits to landscaping with natives. Native plants do not require fertilizers, they require less water than lawn, reduce air pollution, provide shelter and food for wildlife, and promote biodiversity while retaining the aesthetic qualities of ornamental non-natives.(2012) North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.