I have broken this into categories that hopefully will make it easier for viewing and searching.
I keep a listing of what we have planted and a listing of what we have seen growing. Every year more plants will show up plus, we throw seed out and I propagate plants that we then transplant. Our goal is to develop and maintain a large variety of species as this makes for a higher quality of habitat. As of 2015, we have 5 Threatened species, 1 Endangered species, and 4 Special Concern species.
How do we measure the quality of our habitat? We use the Floristic Quality Assessment method.
As of June 2015, we have a mean or average Coefficient of Conservatism (C) value of 6 and a Floristic Quality Index (FQI) of 80.52 and a total of 180 species, which is regarded as high quality. Considering we began with a very degraded woodland overgrown with invasives and thoroughly farmed out soil for the prairie, I’m quite happy with this number.
In April 2013 our stats were:
Mean Coefficient of Conservatism (C) value: 5
Species count: 142