Free Guides to Attracting Garden Pollinators

Image courtesy of Pollinator Partnership.

Image courtesy of Pollinator Partnership.

Something for nothing. A no-cost guidebook to planting for pollinators.

Want strong pollinated plants while feeding bees and other pollinators from spring planting to fall frost? The Pollinator Partnership, a San Francisco-based nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the health of pollinators through research, conservation and education, offers free downloadable guides (and a companion app), “Selecting Plants for Pollinators” that cover how to lure beneficial insects to your garden. Each of the 16 regional guides—funded by the the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the Plant Conservation Alliance and the C.S. Fund—offers tips, advice and lists of commonly available plants that attract pollinators.  Get your free guide here.

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5 Responses to Free Guides to Attracting Garden Pollinators

  1. Grower says:

    Excellent resource! Thanks for sharing it. I’ll probably be passing it along.

  2. Eliza Waters says:

    Reblogged this on Eliza Waters and commented:
    From the novice to the expert, there is something new to learn in this informative guide…highly recommended. ‘Bee’ a part of the solution!

  3. Eliza, there’s nothing like lying down on my porch in the summertime with my head next to the Russian sage. The bees fly in, I listen to them sing with their wings.

  4. frugalhen says:

    Cool! Thanks for sharing!

  5. lizard100 says:

    This is a great resource. We need to think about those bees and pollinators!

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