Trees absorb carbon dioxide from the air and store it in their trunks, branches, and leaves. This process, called carbon sequestration, reduces greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
Perennial are more resistant to pests and diseases than annuals, reducing the need for chemical pesticides and herbicides. This results in a healthier environment for both humans and wildlife.
Shrubs provide a habitat for a wide range of wildlife, including birds, mammals, and insects. They offer nesting sites, food sources, and shelter from predators and improve air quality. Choose from flowering or evergreen varieties.
Ferns absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The provide a habitat for various animals, insects, birds, and small mammals. Also bio-indicators cleaning the airborne toxins from the air and soil.