Tag Archives: pollinators

Queen Anne’s Lace Jelly Recipe

Re-adapted from my sister blog: Anna’s Gardening Antics & Musings….. Recently, I had the honor of sampling a delicious jelly made from Queen Anne’s Lace (Daucus carota) flowers. It was absolutely wonderful: sweet with a mild, flowery taste. Of course, … Continue reading

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What is Melilot?

Photo via: Flickr Melilot (Melilotus officinalis), also known as Yellow Sweet Clover, is a non-native plant originating from Eurasia and brought to the US as fodder for animals and a cover crop to produce a bust of nitrogen to poor … Continue reading

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Benefits of Creating a Pollinator Garden

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Tips for The Beginning Gardener

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Diseases Spread From Honeybees to Wild Bumblebees

More bad news for our pollinator friends.

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Free Guides to Attracting Garden Pollinators

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

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Of Milkweed and Monarchs | Saving the Beneficial Butterfly

Large-scale farming has wiped out millions of acres of native plants, including milkweed, a vital resource for monarch butterflies—contributing to their dwindling numbers. Here’s the scoop and how you can help.

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