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Gardening for the bees. Pollinator Posters - minneapolis - by Holm Design & Consulting LLC

Learn how the monarch butterfly migration is a journey of timeless renewal.

Find out why Monarch butterflies are at risk and what we at are doing to help them thrive. Find out more here!

Plant one this spring, and it could reach heights of 10, 20, even 30 feet by summer's end. #Gardening

5 Fast-Climbing Vines for Your Garden

DO IT IN A WHITE HONEYSUCKLE. Coral honeysuckle is a fast growing vine. Throughout this perennial's long bloom time, from mid- your entire garden. Coral honeysuckle its path, scaling a to trellis in a single season, and attract hummingbirds as well.

BIRDS, BEES AND BUTTERFLIES, OH MY! Attracting Pollinators to the Garden.

Natural Attraction

Hummingbird Garden Ideas - Hummingbirds also require water. They love it, so do butterflies. They are truly remarkable and fascinating creatures.

An effective pollinator of commercial blueberries, this blue orchard bee is a native solitary bee.

A Mason Bee! If you are having trouble getting veggies in your garden, you may not have enough pollinators. Plant flowers that feed bees and the bees will feed you.

Who are the pollinators, why are they important to us, and what should we be doing to protect them?

Power to the Pollinators!

This infographic is filled with important facts about pollinators and which plants support them! It's full of gardening tips as well.

Propagate succulents with the leaves Cuttings. Using honey as root hormone.

Propagate succulents with the leaves Cuttings. Using honey as root hormone. - Propagate succulents with the leaves Cuttings. Using honey as root hormone.

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INFOGRAPHIC: How to Identify the Docile Honeybee from its More Aggressive Counterparts

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Identify the Docile Honeybee from its More Aggressive Counterparts. Honey bees are very unlikely to sting

Love the colors and windows on this shed

I would love to have this a potting shed/ artist studio in the back yard! Men have tool sheds/shops, why can't ladies have an outdoor space too?

Common Buckeye on Purple Coneflower

Echinacea purpurea, or Purple Coneflower, attracts butterflies, songbirds, and hummingbirds to the garden with late summer blooms that last for two months. This very popular midwest native plant is perfect for both small gardens and large prairie meadows.

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Grow Jasmine

How to Grow Jasmine: 10 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

Restoring The Landscape With Native Plants: Plan Now for Spring Pollinators

Restoring The Landscape By Identifying Native Plants: Plan Now for Spring Pollinators

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