Bad nonnative plant: Japanese honeysuckle one of America's most invasive nonnative species whose damage to native plants outweighs its value for wildlife food and habitat. Not so long ago, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission sanctioned planting Japonica for deer food. Goats love it too.
Good native Plant: Native honeysuckle rates high with home-gardeners, nature lovers, hummingbirds and pollinating insects.
Good Native Plant: Rosa Arkansana the state flower of several states
Good Plant: The Peace Bee Farmer cultivates blackberries for wildlife habitat and food but mostly because the pollinator most essential to food crops is the honeybee which greatly benefits from blackberry flowers' nectar
Good Native Plant: Greenbrier aka Smilax rotundifolia
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