Beneficial insects Pollination

Grow a Pollinator Garden!

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1 comment on “Grow a Pollinator Garden!

  1. In my former neighborhood, the blue gum and red gum famously attract swarming monarch butterflies. It actually draws tourists in season. The problem is that the native species that rely on the butterflies are not getting pollinated adequately. It is a problem for the California poppies.

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