Things you can do to help pollinators-
Pollinators in our area and around the country are declining in numbers rapidly, & community response is crucial for their survival.
Over the years Ivy Brand has moved from growing vegetables to growing plants for our dwindling pollinators. We are building a selection of perennials, chosen to support our local pollinators, that can be grown without any chemicals.
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Learn about the different types of pollinators in your area. Honey bees are in decline, but so are bumblebees and other types of pollinators.
Plant native perennials that host a variety of pollinators. Combining native plantings with a rain garden can improve your property and be lower maintenance over the long run.
Mow in the late afternoon or evening to avoid disrupting foraging pollinators.
Keep a birdbath full as needed. Pollinators will share it with the birds.
Let lawmakers know we need pollinators to have food, and they need our protection!