As gardeners sow new seeds this spring, creating a pollinator-friendly garden can add life and color to your yard while supporting biodiversity. This guide details how to choose plants and design your garden to attract bees, butterflies, and other pollinators.

  • Plant Selection: Focus on native flowering plants that provide nectar and pollen sources throughout the growing season.
  • Garden Layout: Plan your garden so that it has a succession of blooms from early spring to late fall, ensuring continuous food sources for pollinators.

Supporting pollinators is crucial for the health of our ecosystems. By planting with purpose, gardeners can make a significant impact on the local wildlife and contribute to global biodiversity efforts.

A pollinator-friendly garden is a beautiful and purposeful addition to any outdoor space. As you plant your garden this spring, consider the broader impact of your choices on the local ecosystem and share your experiences to inspire others to do the same.

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