Fall is a great time to plan your pollinator garden.
Start collecting seeds from native plants and setting the groundwork for spring planting!
There is no need to have a bunch of messy weeds and call it a "pollinator Garden".
Low maintenance gardens filled with beautiful native plants can be beneficial not only to wildlife but the community. Inspire your neighbors and your town with a beautiful neatly kept pollinator and edible garden. Work within your town regulations. A neat & tidy native plant garden will raise the value of your community. It's easier than you think.
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