planting for pollinators with purple coneflower

Planting for Pollinators

Bees and other pollinators are an important part of our world today.  Without pollinators, our food sources, as well as the food sources for many other animal species, would look very different.  With the decline in pollinator population, it’s imperative that we all step up to help make a change.  And, whether you have a single container, landscape, flower garden, or acres of land – we can all make a difference.  Here are some simple ways to help pollinators.

 

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Endless Summer Hydrangea

Summer Crush™ Hydrangea

I don’t know if you’ve heard yet, but Endless Summer® is releasing a brand spanking new hydrangea this year!  And why exactly should you get excited about yet another new hydrangea?  Guys, this!  With this hydrangea, the gloves are coming off!  This insanely colored hydrangea is giving the standard ho-hum baby blue and pretty pink hydrangeas one serious kick in the pants!

 

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Holly Berries – How to Guarantee Berries on your Holly

Berries brighten holiday decor much like holiday lights.  Bright red berries tucked in glossy, evergreen foliage or standing alone in stark contrast to a tan stem.  Nothing says holiday like holly berries.

But the abundant berries don’t just appear on their own.  Winter may be the time of year that we adore our holly, but spring is the time when all the magic happens.  We’re talking the birds and the bees.

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