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Meadow

Perennial wildflowers and grasses allowed to grow to mature height. Flowering throughout the growing season, they provide habitat for birds, butterflies, and beneficial insects as planters of seed and pollinators, and allow biodiversity to continue in Queens County.

Photos: H. David Stein, Shari Romar

 

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