Seven tips to help bring pollinators to your yard and community
by AAS and NGB
June 26, 2018

Plant flowers and plants that pollinators love to stop for! It’s easy when you add some of these 21 new varieties highlighted here.

It doesn’t matter the size your garden is from containers, hanging baskets to backyards, pollinators will love you for it!

Plant for continuous bloom throughout the growing season from spring to fall.

If possible, plant in clusters to create a “target’ for pollinators to find easily.

Give your pollinators a home to stay in. Install bee homes, leave some bare ground for nests, keep brush piles, and add caterpillar host plants.

Eliminate the use of pesticides and insecticides in your garden

Register your garden and Bee Counted at the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge.

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