Say, hypothetically, I wanted to, for the sake of argument, spread seeds as I went around my usual hiking spots just to see what could grow. Furthermore, let us say, again hypothetically, I lived in the southeast in the lower Appalachians and wanted to scatter seeds that would help the environment in some way be it nitrogen fixing, erosion prevention, or some mix of all of these.What, in theory, plant species should I go for? Native species goes without sayingAlso, say, for the sake of argument, i also posted this on /out/ but would like to hear a response before a year passes, so it would, hypothetically, behoove me to post it here as well.
>>2620528how did plants ever make it without humans...
>>2620529Animals, winds... you name it
>>2620549then why does OP need to fuck with nature?
>>2620551Samefagging is gay as fuck, hypothetically speaking.
>>2620555who is samefagging?
>>2620556good bait, samefagging so early in the thread to bait me into pointing out the poster count, fuck you got me
>>2620528I believe there are conservation and seed bank groups that give away free wildflower seed packs on occasion, usually suited to whatever region you're in.
>>2620573This. Also hairy vetch is a good one to go for if you're just spewing everywhere
>>2620528you motherfucker if you spread bamboo you're an eco terrorist and deserve jail
>>2620613If i really wanted to be a stinker id do kudzu since its already a problem here, but nah i want to only use native species
this nigga should be scattering beans!
Peppermint... It's a hardy plant that is toxic to varroa mites, which terrorize our precious honey bees! When the peppermint flowers, the pollen collected is practically medicine for them to get rid of the varroa mites leeching off of them.Save the bees! Plant peppermint!Plus, on future hikes you can harvest some to take home. Steep it with black tea and add honey for a really refreshing drink.
>>2621818Also forgot to add... If you do chocolate peppermint, when it takes off the trail will smell like Andes mint chocolates
>>2621820I had no idea about the mites, top tier suggestion fren
>>2621818Honey bees are fine. People obsess over them. There are dozens of other bees in a far worse situation than honey bees that fill ecological niches that honey bees don't.
just clover, red or whitecompletely inoffensive, pretty, and pro-pollenator everything else is stupid
>>2622610It's good for all the beesHappy?Excuse me for preferring my honey bees for the honey I use daily.
>>2621818mint is highly invasive, never plant mint anywhere you don't want tons of mint forever