Garden Walk Signup 2019
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Phone Number *
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Name of Garden *
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Street Address *
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Type of Location *
Type of exposure - FRONT
Type of exposure - BACK
Favorite feature of your garden (if any)
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Favorite plant or flower (if any)
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Give us a brief description of your garden for the Garden Map brochure (50 WORDS OR LESS)
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Do you have any of the following?
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Have you planted native trees? Please list.
FIELD MUSEUM'S NATIVE TREE LIST 1. Redbud 2. Kentucky coffee tree 3. Serviceberry 4. Hackberry vebernum 5. Swamp white oak 6. Elm 7. American linden 8. Crabapple 9. Burr Oak (and other Oaks)
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Bee Trail Project
The Bee Trail map was created in response to the devastating number of Honeybee losses since 2006. The goal of the Bee Trail Project is to protect the Honeybee (and all other native pollinators) by having as many households, gardens, public spaces, schools...within a 3 mile radius of a recognized hive and make those spaces bee friendly.

NNA members, gardeners, beekeepers Elizabeth Wenscott and Lisa Hish have created a unique opportunity for its residence. Both have agreed to allow our residence to be the first go "get off the map" before it goes national. For more information of The Bee Trail Project, please visit www.thebeetrail.org

Do you have any bee forage in your garden?
(Forage is a food that bees eat, such as bee balm, echinacea, etc.)
Do you have a water feature in your garden?
Bees need water just like any other creature. Water helps to maintain the hive temperature and humidity level. Water is needed for thirsty growing bees. Some honeybees' main task in life is carting water. Each bee may make typically 50 trips a day, each time collecting about 25 mg of water. When the colony is very short of water other foraging bees are diverted from collecting nectar and pollen to join in the effort. Consider providing a clean source of water such as a fountain. Once honeybees have located a good source of water they tend to continue using it, even when other sources become available.
Kid-friendly Garden *
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