Pollinator Pathway

Pollinator Garden Plants and Practices

Enjoy this lengthy, detailed and illustrated article from the Nature Conservancy as they “explore the intimate connections plants and pollinators depend on for survival and how this understanding can enhance our own efforts when gardening for wildlife.” See the full article here.

8 Steps to Design a Native Plant Landscape

http://www.bigleaguekickball.com/about/ Soma free consultation Gardenista says, “When it comes to pollinator gardens, not all are created equal. In fact, we were surprised to learn that many plants advertised as “pollinator friendly” actually do more harm than good, either because they do not support the entire life span of pollinators and threaten native species that do, or because they are grown with toxic pesticides that can remain for years. For the conscientious garden, a chemical-free, native pollinator garden is the best choice.Read the article here.

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   online soma fedex next day delivery their website will provide all the pointers you need. check it out!

Wildflowers for Pollinators with Blooming Seasons

Pollinator Pathway has created a terrific illustrated guide to plants that will attract hummingbirds, bees, butterflies and other pollinators through most of the year. Plan your buffet for the bees with this handy chart.Continue reading“Wildflowers for Pollinators with Blooming Seasons”

Organic Grub Control Options

From Protect our Pollinators, here is a way to prevent grubs in your lawn without using products that can harm our insect friends.  It involves some common sense organic steps to diagnose and then control the grubs that can decimate lawns.Continue reading“Organic Grub Control Options”