Late spring is the perfect time to start a garden filled with ozone-sensitive plants and natives that are beneficial to pollinators.
Your garden can tell you about the air you breathe because, like people, plants need clean air, too. Some plants can even tell you when they have been exposed to air pollution. With a few carefully selected plants, some water and sunshine, you can create your own ozone garden that will help you learn more about the air quality in your neighborhood. Continue reading “Ozone Gardens”