Planting for Pollinators

April 6, 2016 mary

The best (and most satisfying) way to attract and support a variety of pollinators is to offer abundant nectar and pollen with a diversity of native plants blooming throughout the growing season. Pollinators are attracted to blooms that fit their … Continue reading

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