There is a lot of buzz about helping the native bee population, but not nearly enough talk about the butterflies. I remember seeing Monarch Butterflies all over the place when I was growing up. In the fall, they would fly around us when we went out in our sailboat. It was magical. Their numbers are […]
Weeds are often the first plants to turn green and bloom in the spring. While they are considered a nuisance for the average homeowner, they provide an important service to beneficial pollinators like bees. Read on to discover why leaving some room for weeds in your yard is a good thing!
Love spring wildflowers? Fall is the time to plant seeds for a spectacular Spring show. In addition to having beautiful flowers, wildflowers offer important food and habitat to pollinators! Use this infographic to learn the steps for successful seed sowing.
Pollinators are key species in all ecosystems, and you can help reverse their decline by gardening for pollinators with these 8 tips. Some of these tips might surprise you, but all are well explained, and accompanied with beautiful photos.
It’s no secret that bees are struggling. But it’s not just the honey bees, native bees and other pollinators are also struggling and there are some things that we can all do to help them out.
Native bee populations are suffering. They refer to it as Colony Collapse Disorder. No one is quite sure why this is happening, but many believe it is due to disease, nutrition, stress and pesticides. I hope you all are already using natural alternatives in your gardens and around your homes instead of pesticides. Some past […]