Throwing shade: How trees can help your garden survive climate change

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Matthew Romain lives one house away from Dougall Avenue and Medina Street West. He’s building a small hill so ‘he can enjoy his front yard again.’

If you want your garden to survive summer – whether it’s hot and dry or cool and damp – native species might just be the answer. There are many benefits to growing native plants, including the benefits for pollinators.

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