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Designing with Native Plants - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy DuFault
42:45
APCC website: https://apcc.org/
Lisa Nagel
44:11
Hi glad to be here!
Kim Petrosso
44:20
Kim from West Barnstable
Cheryl Best
44:20
Cheryl - from
Judy Artley
44:22
Judy - Framingham, MA
Arlene A
44:23
Arlene from West Barnstable
Tom
44:23
Tom Wellfleet
Jasmin
44:23
Jasmin from Middleboro
patricia dolan
44:23
Pat Dolan, Chatham
Brian Fitzpatrick
44:23
Brian in Provincetown
ann hopps morgan
44:24
Ann Morgan, Boston
Kristina Callina
44:24
Hi Everyone! Joining from Marion
Maria Kent
44:24
mari
Andrea Kelley
44:24
Andrea Kelley, landscape designer, Newton MA
Deb Winther
44:25
Hi - I'm Deb from Dennis on the Cape
Herb Rice
44:26
Herb Marstons mills
Judy Shoobe
44:26
Judy from Needham Ma
dan wellfleet
44:27
Hi This is Dan from Wellfleet —
Lisa Nagel
44:27
Lisa From Cotuit
Jessica Rempel
44:27
Hi! Jessica - Eastham
Beth Finch
44:27
Beth from Brewster
Doug Franklin
44:27
Hello from Wellfleet-Doug Franklin
susanscott
44:28
Susan, from Wareham
Taylor Lanxon
44:31
Jen Bergen - new homeowner in Eastham!
marthamoore
44:31
Martha Moore, Orleans
marcietruesdale
44:32
hi! Marcie from Orleans
Jamie Demas
44:32
Jamie in Orleans
Janet Carlson
44:32
Janet from Dennid
Debbie Abbott
44:33
Debbie from Eastham
Kelly Grant
44:33
Kelly, Yarmouth
Cheryl Best
44:34
Cheryl - Truro
Brett Warren (she/her)
44:34
Brett from Cape Cod! APCC is the best!
Vee in Orleans
44:34
Hello! Vee in Orleans
marymanghis
44:35
Mary from Burlington, VT and Dennis Port Ma
kathywarburton
44:35
Kathy Warburton ,Orleans, MA
melissamac2
44:36
Hi from Melissa in Plymouth
Susan Flynn Berg
44:36
Hi I’m Sue. From Eastham and Ohio
Joan Wick-Pelletier
44:36
Joann from Eastham, APCC member
Gloria Smith
44:37
Gloria Smith, Centerville
Yvonne Watson
44:37
Yvonne from Randolph
Laura Lubin
44:38
Laura, Kate, Liz from Falmouth and Cotuit
Leisha Johnson
44:38
Leisha Johnson, Landscape Designer in MetroWest
Nan Logan
44:38
Nan Logan woods hole
Jill Hinchey Shiel
44:38
Jill: Dedham MA & Westerly RI
Niki Popow
44:38
Niki house in Brewster but in MD now
Joanne MacNeill
44:38
joanne from west yarmouth
Sherrie Burson
44:39
Sherrie Chatham
Sandra Thompson
44:39
Sandy from Winchester and Harwich
Alethea Cozzi
44:39
Alethea, West Yarmouth
pbriggs
44:39
Peter Briggs - Plymouth
Judith Kummer
44:40
Judy in Roslindale / Sandwich
Debra
44:40
Debra Orleans
debra.robb
44:41
Debra, NYC & moving to Truro
iPad
44:41
K.E. Falmouth and DC
John Cheetham
44:43
John from Centerville
536546
44:43
Susan from Orleans
Pamela Gordon
44:44
Pam Gordon, Marstons Mills
Susan Richman
44:44
Susan Richman - Falmouth, MA
Karen Strauss
44:44
Karen, Eastham. Concom
Gwen
44:44
Gwen, Brewster Hi, Brett!
Jordan Mora (APCC)
44:44
Jordan Mora, Woods Hole
Sandy Shoro
44:45
Sandy from Eastham
Maria Kent
44:48
Maria Kent, Marstons Mills
joyce
44:49
Joyce Bock from North Falmouth
Helen Banevicius
44:51
Helen from Centerville and Vermont
Charles Katuska - Eastham
44:52
Chuck K. - Eastham Conservation Agent, from Harwich
Anne Ekstrom
44:52
Anne from Harwich
Ken Burnes
44:55
Ken from Wyoming
Garry’s iPad
44:55
Garry truro
Susan's iPhone
44:56
Susan from Brewster
iPhone
45:01
Carole fromOrleans
Amy DuFault
45:01
Exciting!!!!
lynda hamilton she/her
45:07
Harlem USA
Philip
45:16
Phil - Brewster
Linda-Marc Hildebrant
45:21
Linda H ~ West Dennis
Janet Benjamins
45:36
Janet Benjamins from Eastham
Oonie Burley
46:02
Oonie - Chatham
Valerie Oppenheim
01:08:31
What do you recommend instead of mulch?
iPad
01:11:04
If it’s not defined later, what is living mulch?
Amy DuFault
01:11:43
Good questions! We’ll ask after the presentation :)
Joanne MacNeill
01:13:29
I can not have bird seed at my condo this fall and winter. Can you recommend an alternative besides the native plants that are here?
helenmangelsdorf
01:14:08
Bagged mulch creates a big plastic problem! This soil really does need additional organic material. Here in Falmouth you can have mulch delivered from a local business that creates it on site from local trees. BlacksmithShop Farms. We use corregated cardboard . underneath. The speaker is not aware of how incredibly aggressive the invasive plants are here!!
Cheryl Best
01:15:39
Will you be discussing how to overtake stands of horrible invasives that are too established to pull out effectively - like gooseneck loosestrife or euphorbia
Yvonne Watson
01:17:10
How do you deal with existing lawn when you plant right in it/
Taylor Lanxon
01:18:05
Is there a way to make it look good - i.e., not too messy? I'm used to landscaped property and not quite ready to have a meadow. Want pretty native plants.
joyce
01:18:49
I am looking for specific plants that will help mitigate nutrients flowing into an over vegetated lake. Would APCC be interested in doing a followup to today, specifically focused on pond front plantings? I represent Friends of Cedar Lake and this information would be valuable for all the people around the lake.
951302
01:19:05
Are these suggestions all perenials
Andrea Kelley
01:19:29
will you share your plant list suggestions with us after this webinar via email?
Andrea Kelley
01:20:09
and hopefully shady areas will be addressed too
Diane Galazzo McGurk
01:21:44
Clover is great -plus the bunnies like rather than plants!
Cheryl Best
01:22:11
I would like to reestablish a natural woodland understory for nature as well as screening. Do you have any suggestions for that?
Amy DuFault
01:22:12
Good point Diane-love my clover too!
Kristin Andres, APCC
01:22:26
Joyce! Certainly, APCC will be happy to hold a talk about planting around ponds and the value of vegetated buffers.
951302
01:22:34
I have ALL sand. Perenial suggestions please.
Gwen
01:25:41
Moss?
Yvonne Watson
01:25:50
Will we be provided a plant list?
Judy Shoobe
01:26:23
I’d love the list of plant and areas she recommends them.
Niki Popow
01:27:08
What are the native asters? So many sold
Kristin Andres, APCC
01:27:33
We'll try to get Marie's list of plants. Also, check out https://CapeCodNativePlants.org
Cheryl Best
01:27:55
Love Doug Tallamy”s book - Nature’s Best Hope
Yvonne Watson
01:28:00
Thank you!
dan wellfleet
01:28:09
What are some native plants - flowers that require limited water during summer. As you know, the Outer Cape soil is sandy and it can be hot. thanks
Kristin Andres, APCC
01:30:02
If you're on the Cape, you can help create a pollinator pathway on Cape Cod https://www.pollinator-pathway.org/towns/Cape-Cod
Lisa Nagel
01:30:40
Can you talk about natives that do well in shade?
Brett Warren (she/her)
01:31:33
Thank you so much!
marymanghis
01:32:38
Do you recommend salt hay mulch?
Judith Kummer
01:33:56
do leaves have to be shredded to be good mulch?
Russ Cohen
01:34:36
Fyi - the Native Plant Trust's 'Garden Plant Finder is an excellent online tool to help you figure out which native species are suitable for your landscape.
helenmangelsdorf
01:34:57
No. We rake them and put in large wire cages. It will mostly break down over the winter!
Maria Kent
01:35:07
Join the Native Plant Trust for invaluable information and as a plant resource/plant finder and ID.
Judith Kummer
01:35:11
Thanks!
Cheryl Best
01:35:20
So many prolific invasive are still sold by our nurseries. A list of what NOT to purchase is as good as what to purchase.
marthamoore
01:37:15
Can you suggest a good way to cut up fallen leaves to create mulch… Some sort of leaf shredder to use at home?
arlene
01:37:20
What to do about wasps in late summer
Kristina Callina
01:38:01
Have to sign off - Thank you! Looking forward to the link so I can follow up on these ideas!
Great Sand Lakes Association
01:41:27
Any suggestions for plants near kettle ponds that sometimes are dry and sometimes under water depending on the water table?
Taylor Lanxon
01:41:58
Thank you!
lynda hamilton she/her
01:41:58
Awesome webinar, Marie!!! totally as expected :) xoxox
Arlene A
01:41:59
Thank you!
Judith Kummer
01:42:08
Wonderful webinar — thanks!
melissamac2
01:42:09
Thank you!! Lots of great ideas and info!
Michelle Sgarlat
01:42:10
Thank you!
Doug Franklin
01:42:11
Thanks-this was helpful.
Deb Winther
01:42:11
Thank you!
Lisa Bronson
01:42:15
Thanks!
Jessica Rempel
01:42:16
Thanks!
Vee in Orleans
01:42:17
Thank you! Very interesting, and looking forward to her plant listt
Dobrochna Fire
01:42:17
I look forward to that list!
Kim Petrosso
01:42:21
thank you!