Feb 19, 2018
Have you ever wondered how you could attract more pollinators into your garden? What specific plants would you need to add and what time of year would be best to attract hummingbirds, bees, and other important visitors? Today on Episode 14, we answer these questions and prepare you to make decisions on which plants to have in your garden to encourage more pollinator activity. By the end of this episode, you should be able to start planning to see more hummingbirds, bees, and other wildlife in your garden. Also, I will discuss how grouping flowers and their colors can make a big impact in your garden in our "That's good to know" segment!
And That's Good-To-Know Segment: Flower Color Combinations and Grouped Numbers
Flower colors elicit different reactions from us humans.
Group sized planting of the flowers and color: odd numbers are best.
Three popular pollinators this Spring are:
Note: Keep pest-critters out and not hurt the ones you want to see, listen to the beginning of Episode 13 about Non-Lethal Burrowing Animal Deterrents.
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Join me next week for our Episode #15, Spring To-Do's! See Ya!