Native wildflowers attract colorful butterflies, happy bees of all sizes, even dainty little hummingbirds. The flowers are showy and attractive, and the vegetation provides cover for a lot of small wildlife such as garden birds, rabbits, chipmunks, and insects. Overall, a pollinator garden can make your yard a hub of activity for urban wildlife over the seasons. So, do you want to make a pollinator garden? Or do you want ideas to improve your own garden? Here we want to showcase our pollinator garden that we started from scratch. We recycled, composted, found free material, and propagated plants to create cost effective, diverse, and beautiful gardens. It is still a work in progress, and far from finished, but we hope you will be inspired to start your own pollinator garden. Come and learn how to create no-dig beds, get tips on composting, ideas for what kinds of plants to grow, when to grow them, and how to maintain them. 

This event is kid-friendly and handicap accessible. 

Although our address is Beechwood Cir, our backyard is accessible from Millpond road. Our yard is opposite to 610 Millpond Rd; you can park on Millpond Rd. Signs will indicate our gate. 


Event Type: Tree Week 2022



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