Saturday, April 22
We hope you’ll join us this Saturday morning at Tenison Park Pollinator Garden.
We currently have 14 species of nectar and host plants in the ground; this Saturday, we are planting to double that.
Diversity in the garden is not only aesthetically pleasing but also leads to an overall healthier garden.
Providing a variety of nectar and pollen sources in our garden supports beneficial insects during all their life stages.
Biodiversity offers a ton of protection for a garden: soil organisms and insects improve soil condition,
and birds and predatory insects keep pests under control.
Encouraging our garden to become an ecosystem creates a more self-sustainable
and productive garden…more reward with less effort!