Learn how to attract more pollinators to your garden using some of their favorite flowers.

 


You want to attract more pollinators into your garden, but you’re not sure how to begin.

Which specific plants could you add to entice hummingbirds, bees, and other important visitors?

In our “Garden Pollinators and Their Favorite Flowers” found out how! This episode is for those of you who are new to pollinator gardening and are looking for help with the basics of attracting pollinators.

On Episode 14, we answer these questions and prepare you to make decisions on which plants will encourage more pollinator activity.

Also, we will discuss how grouping flowers and their colors can make a big impact in your garden in our “That’s good to know” segment!

By the end of this episode, you should be able to start seeing more hummingbirds, bees, and other wildlife in your garden.

 

Pollinator Garden

What is the best way to attract pollinators?

Be intentional by planting a pollinator-friendly garden!

Bees, birds, and butterflies are attracted to a variety of different shapes, colors, and scents.

Here are a few tips for you to get started:

  • Introduce a variety of plants in your yard that are both native and non-native to your area.
  • Add a variety of flower shapes, aromas, and sizes to your yard, such as large disc-shaped flowers and “trumpet-shaped” flowers. 
  • Plant flowers that will bloom in your yard from the start of spring to mid to late fall so pollinators will continue to be in your yard throughout most of the year.

All of these tips will help you attract a greater number of pollinators of varying shapes and sizes! 

For more listen to the full podcast episode above.

 


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Garden Pollinators and Favorite Flowers!

Learn how to attract certain pollinators to your garden by planting specific plants!


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Show Notes

Pollinator cheat sheet


“And That’s Good to Know” Segment

Flower Color Combinations


What You’ll Learn:

  • How to best attract 3 specific types of pollinators, including hummingbirds, Mason bees, and bumblebees.
  • Specific flowers to plant for specific types of pollinators.
  • Tips on how to attract pollinators in general.
  • How to use certain flower color combinations for curb appeal.
  • How to group plants into clusters by odd numbers

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