Roll out a welcome mat for pollinators to keep your landscape in balance and thriving
As the curtain closes on spring gardens, early-blooming flowers make way for the petaled stars of summer. Including nectar- and pollen-rich native flowers in the summer garden provides essential pollinators, including bees, hummingbirds and some butterflies and birds, with valuable food sources they need to survive.
The following summer-blooming native plants hail from coast to coast. Consider adding one or more to your garden this summer as a way to beautify your outdoor space and support local pollinators. To reap the most benefits, be sure to choose a species native to your region that will thrive in your yard’s conditions.
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