Montana Native Plant Garden
Carroll Montana Native Plant Garden
On July 13, 2012, hard-working volunteers from across the campus, along with our fabulous Grounds crew, planted our native garden with over 200 plants of 32 different species. Many thanks go out to both the Kelsey Chapter of the Montana Native Plant Society and the Last Chance Audubon Society for their generous support of this project.
The garden, located in front of the Corette Library, covers about 1,200 square feet. A gravel path bisects the plot, giving garden aficionados access to the interior. Visit throughout the year to see how it grows. Check at the Corette Library main desk for a list of established wildflowers, grasses and shrubs growing in the garden. Our plant list is also included at the bottom of this page. Questions? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Garden NotesBelow are links to download PDFs of garden notes from 2012 to 2016. All photos in the garden notes were taken in the garden on the day of the post, unless otherwise noted.
Established Plants in the Garden
Click here to download a list, with pictures, of established forbs and shrubs in the garden.
Click here to download a list, with pictures, of established grasses in the garden.
Native Garden Installation Slide Show
In pictures, the July 2012 installation of our native garden.