Wildflowers are nutritious fueling stations with vitamins to local pollinators

Creating pollinator corridors is an intervening way for an urban community to replace the natural habitat we removed for our homes, schools, and all the business's that make up any American town. Please plant a managed pollinator garden and create a safe haven in your own yard where, hummingbirds, and butterflies can pollinate safely under your stewardship. Citizens who adopt strategic husbandry of their land that's managed in the role of habitat garden are making a intelligent effort to help our pollinators whom are on the brink of extinction. This looming extinction is man-made and the pollinators are waiting for some assistance. It's not cool to curtail a native Mason bee a delicate Monarch butterfly, or an industrious Anna's hummingbird from it's natural course in the USA nowadays. Certainly not on our watch!

Pollinator Habitats

Designed by nature native wildflowers are loaded with nutrients for bees

Natural wildflower meadows can be recreated in bee-scapes easily. Planting large swathes of groups of wildflowers creates excellent pollinator habitats


Wildflowers for nectar and pollen

Habitat restoration is as easy as putting down wildflower seeds to make a small meadow, or planting some low maintenance clover and dandelions which are easy to grow.

Honey bees are polylectic and will visit a great diversity of flowers in search of pollen and nectar resources. Wildflower plantings, and bee-scapes provide an abundance of food and nesting sites.

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