Planting for Pollinators

Planting for Pollinators brings joy, activity, vibrancy, colour and delight! It’s best to plant in patches, giving them something to really get excited about! If you have a planter on your window ledge or patio, a few square feet in your backyard or community garden, let some garlic go to seed, scatter wild flowers and clovers, plant a lavender or daisy patch, a boarder of sedum, a soft mullein, a wall of thyme, or patch of mint, and watch it come to life!

If you have a space and want some input on what could thrive there, send an email to, she’s our horticulturalist and if you give her a description of what you’ve got and what you’re hoping for, she can give you some hot tips!

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