Pollinator Attraction Tips for Your Garden


Looking to attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds to your summer garden? Here are some simple tips to create a pollinator paradise that supports various bee species and beneficial insects.


Grow a variety of plants that will bloom at different times throughout the year. This will provide nonstop food for the pollinators.

Succession Planting


Companion Planting

Another popular gardening technique involves strategically pairing compatible plants to promote their mutual growth and deter pests.

To create a haven for pollinators in your garden, it’s essential to mix different types of flower structures. So by offering a variety of flower shapes and sizes, you can attract a diverse range of pollinators.


Mixing Types of Flower Structures

By eliminating pesticide use, you’ll create a safe haven for bees, butterflies, and other important pollinators.


Creating a Sustainable Garden

Deadheading is the removal of faded or spent flowers from plants. By regularly deadheading, you will encourage new blooms, prevent seed production, and promote overall plant health.


Deadheading Any Spent Flower Blooms

Avoid double flower varieties. Double flowers or rosette flowers have extra layers of petals that can make it challenging for pollinators to access nectar and pollen.


Avoiding Double Flower Varieties

Native plants provide a familiar and reliable source of food and shelter for bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinators.


Growing Native Plants

With these tips, you can create a healthy and thriving flower container garden that pollinators love. For more tips and information on attracting pollinators, visit the blog.

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