The "Back Ten Feet House" is a great example of gardening for wildlife in a hot and dry climate. Photo by Sue Scott.
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The Back Ten Feet House
Sue Scott, the site owner of the “Back Ten Feet House,” is passionate about gardening for wildlife. So much so, that she has made it her life’s work. Scott operates a consulting business, “The Back Ten Feet with Sue Scott
.” She visits clients and provides them with guidance and resources to create beautiful landscapes in southwest Florida utilizing native plants that are beneficial to birds, pollinators, and other wildlife.
She has a unique approach when encouraging clients to reduce the size of their turf-grass-only properties by converting the back 10 feet of their yard to flowers and shrubs native to their region. Scott says, “What I love is that even here in Florida, there really are seasons. And the native plants all bloom at different times, providing for the birds and other animals who are passing through.”
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