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We did where I used to live,it's a designated wildlife sanctuary..There is even a plack saying so. I'm no longer in NC and am renting and the people here hate nature (except certain species) and hate any plants not cultivated by humans and love boring lawns that look like golf courses.
On the flip side of that, I also see people purposely planting invasive species (not realizing they are invasive).... it's idiotic! Actually that aspect was briefly touched on in the article, pointing out the need to be sure that whatever is planted will suit the environment and not be invasive or (on the other hand) need too much attention just to grow.