The Pollinator Garden,
located on the west side of the Center at the end of the
flagstone path, is devoted to plants that are attractive to
pollinators -- especially bees.
Did you know that
pollinators such as
bees, birds and bats affect 35 percent of the world's
crop production, increasing outputs of 87 of the leading food
crops worldwide, as well as many plant-derived medicines. At
least one-third of the world's agricultural crops depends upon
pollination provided by insects and other animals.
Over the next year, we plan
to create a page each month, showing the gardens in bloom.
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