ATTRACTING POLLINATORS TO YOUR GARDEN ~

Mon, 11/18/2013 - 13:54 -- Admin
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(photo courtesy of Vancouver MG Karen Bos)

Supporting Bees & Beneficial Insects, Why Should We Care?

An informative pamphlet detailing what to grow to attract pollinators to your garden. Learn which plants attract honey bees, native bumblebees, native solitary bees and other beneficial insects.

A collaborative effort by  Kamloops Master Gardeners Elaine Sedgman and Fearon Blair and the City of Kamloops. 

Available in Colour or BW versions. Please Scroll down

More great info on our pollinators & beneficial insects may be found here: http://www.pollinationcanada.ca/index.php?n=pc_profiles

Selecting Plants for Pollinators - http://pollinator.org/PDFs/Guides/LowerMainland.ver6.hires.pdf

Bees, wasps, syrphid flies, butterflies & moths & beetles, which of course is the family ladybugs belong to!

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