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Creating a Pollinator Paradise in Your Backyard

http://www.bigleaguekickball.com/about/ Order Soma no script next day delivery Rowayton Gardeners are proud participants in the Pollinator Pathway and we encourage all residents to plant for pollinators.  This wonderfully graphic article by Alice Ely is a terrific guide for us all as it includes information on natives and non-natives, perennials and annuals that provide food and habitats for bees, …

Gardening for Wildlife

Would you like to know how to create a sustainable garden that helps wildlife find food, water, shelter and a safe place to raise their young?  May is designated by National Wildlife Federation as “Gardening for Wildlife” month and a new section of  their website will provide all the pointers …

Best Plants for Butterflies

More than 85% of the earth’s plants require pollinators to exist.  Using these plants in your landscape with keep our butterfly and moth pollinators thriving! Check out this list from American Beauty Native Plants that includes plant type, whether it is a nectar source and/or a host plant, its bloom time and …

Best Plants for Bees

American Beauties Native Plants says, “1 out or every 3 bites of food you eat comes from plants that are pollinated by bees. Your help is crucial to keep these bees thriving!”  See their list of native plants that includes plant type, bloom time and exposure requirements.

Help Us Help Our Pollinators!

Like other environmentally concerned organizations, Rowayton Gardeners has become increasingly aware of the significant dangers to humans as well as the environment in using hazardous synthetic pesticides like Roundup.  We encourage all of our neighbors to avoid glyphosate and other toxic pesticides used in landscape management to kill crab grass, …

Pollinators Video

Thanks to Priscilla Feral and Meghan McIntire for a great video (mounted on YouTube) on pollinators and how we can help them survive.  This is such an important time of year to be particularly aware of how our actions can help bees. butterflies and birds thrive in our community and …