Many gardeners work hard to maintain clean, tidy environments ... which is the exact opposite of what wildlife wants, says ecological horticulturist Rebecca McMackin. She shows the beauty of letting your garden run wild, surveying the success she's had increasing biodiversity even in the middle of New York City — and offers tips for cultivating a garden that can be home to birds, bees, butterflies and more.

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  • Mariejo

    I'm j7st soo grateful that this kind of human Also exists on our Precious Planet. Thank you!

  • Diana Turner-Forte

    Nerdy or not! This was a fascinating and informative presentation. A simple solution that benefits nature and humanity. I want to be a gardener!

  • Gabriela Moersfelder

    it inspired me to keep going - if no me who! thanks

  • Sylvia Malkah

    It is SOOOO REVOLUTIONARY!!!!!!!!!!

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  • "It feels great to cultivate life with your own two hands." says Rebecca. Get started.
  • Get your hands dirty in the company of other Wild Ones.
  • Tuck a wild place into your outside world. Plant a native plant, even in a pot. Or take a back corner or empty spot on your street and let it go wild.

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