Designing a Pollinator Garden - April 19 - from Friends of the Chico State Herbarium
There is still some room in the following workshop from Friends of The Chico State Herbarium:
DESIGNING A POLLINATOR GARDEN
April 19, 2014, Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Led by John Whittlesey and Adrienne Edwards.
Brought to you by FRIENDS OF THE CHICO STATE HERBARIUM.
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"Learn how to design a garden to encourage native pollinators by a) using plants that provide overlapping nectar, pollen, and larval food resources, b) providing pollinator nesting habitat, and c) eliminating the use of pesticides that kill non-target pollinators. We will discuss the various pollinators (and associates) that can be encouraged in our gardens through thoughtful planning. We will also visit some pollinator-friendly gardens to discuss plant selection, placement and care of a garden that cultivates a thriving habitat for a wide range of pollinators and insect life, enriching the color, diversity, and health of your garden!"