Encouraging bees and butterflies to the garden

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Staff | January 26, 2016

Learn more about natural landscaping with “Native Plants and Pollinators of the Midwest Perennial Garden,” a Power-Point program with Roy Diblik, co-owner of Northwind Perennial Farm  on Wednesday, Jan. 27 at 6:30 p.m. at the Lake Geneva Public Library, 918 W. Main St., Lake Geneva.

The program is free and open to all.

Diblik will introduce his audience to native Midwest plants and the pollinators they attract through examples,  such as the Lake Geneva Public Library Perennial Prairie-Style Garden he designed that features perennials, butterflies, moths and bees common to the area.

Diblik is recognized as a perennial plant expert, grower, designer, speaker and author with over 35 years of knowledge in growing traditional and Midwest native perennials. He specializes in highly aesthetic, sustainable plant communities for all seasons, while reducing maintenance through design.  

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