Quite a bit of restoration has been done this spring at the Land O Lakes property at the Blue Heron Nature Preserve. What was once the site of a residential home is now a thriving meadow of native grasses, Echinacea, and other flowering perennials. Thanks to the Georgia Native Plant Society and their work at Stone Mountain Park, we were able to plant even more native species like Penstemon, Spleenwort, Lady Fern and Christmas Fern, Swamp Milkweed, Beautyberry, Buttonbush, and more. Our meadow and woodland GNPS restoration sites are thriving. Come by to take a look!


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