Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
Wildflowers and Native Grasses Can Make a Wonderful Addition to any backyard or boulevard. Once established, they are virtually maintenance free and can provide a diversity of colors. Information on site preparation, species selection, maintenance and seed sources can be found in the following publications:
1. Brokke, Kathleen. 1990. North Dakota's First Wildflower Pioneer. North Dakota Outdoors, June 1990. pp 12-13.
2. Grondahl, Chris. 1999. Attracting Wildlife to Your Back Yard-A Guide to Increasing Wildlife Diversity and Aesthetic Value Around Your Home. ND Game and Fish Department.
3. LaDuke, John. 1990. Planting Wildflowers. North Dakota Outdoors, July 1990. pp 20-21.
4. Tober, Dwight. 1990. Prairie Plants for Reduced Maintenance. North Dakota Outdoors, August 1990. pp 14-17.