Find out how to attract pollinators to your garden.
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Create a pollinator’s paradise by planting their favorite flowers.
When you attract birds to your outdoor space, you’ll get willing pollinators who also help eat flies, mosquitos and other pests.
Feed increased bee and butterfly populations in the warm summer months when you plant these colorful, deer-resistant, drought tolerant perennials.
Plant sun-loving perennials for a low-maintenance garden.
Plant a curbside garden for more curb appeal in front of your home.
Plant hanging baskets for a hummingbird feast.
Bats are naturally great pollinators, and they rid your yard of mosquitoes, gnats and other pesky outdoor bugs. Build a bat house to welcome these nighttime friends.
This migration seasons, beckon butterflies to your yard by keeping flowers blooming and add asters and chrysanthemums for blooms both you and the butterflies can enjoy.
Attract hummingbirds, butterflies and more by creating a low-maintenance perennial pollinator garden.
Make this DIY home for native bees.
Plant flowers and other perennials that pollinators love so they will flock to your garden.