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Fifteen ways to attract pollinators to your yard

Here are fifteen easy ways to assure you will have a plentiful supply of pollinators all season long. Although we’re half way through summer, it’s not too soon to start planning for next year. Plant clover in your lawn. White Dutch clover planted in your lawn will attract dozens of pollinators. In addition, it fixes […] Read more

Native bee forage: bird’s eyes

Bird’s eyes (Gilia tricolor) is a perfect plant for your pollinator garden, planter box, rockery, or roadside. This annual plant is native to California, but will grow in most areas of the United States and southern Canada. The flowers have lavender and white trumpet-shaped petals that come together in a yellow throat, hence the species […] Read more