Damage to their habitat, shifting weather patterns, and pesticides have made pollinators none too happy, but you can create an pollinators’ oasis in your own garden. By growing organically, you’ll make a huge difference to the health of your pollinators, many of whom are bugs themselves: bees and butterflies. This will lead to big benefits in the vegetable and fruit-growing department, since many of our plants need animal pollination in order to set fruit. But how else can you make things cozy for your local pollinators? These techniques might seem strange to humans, but they’ll make your garden a welcoming home for your pollinators.
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