Gardening Tips and Guide
Preserving pollinators for a healthy garden is one of the perfect gardening practices. Intelligent gardeners and gardeners with deep understanding do not just think of plants, fruits, flowers, beauty, texture, and landscaping only. Alongside all these concepts such gardeners do care for others. Gardening for bees and butterflies is one such nice philanthropic fundamental in itself and usefulness of pollinators becomes extremely important in this perspective.
It is not only fun but also informative. Gardening for bees and butterflies and native plants is really great. You could say the gardening community is abuzz about the need to create an environment that will sustain and increase the number of pollinators which are vital for healthy gardens.
Pollinators of native plants generally cover the life cycle of bees and butterflies including where and when they nest, forage and seek shelter and food in our landscapes. As an informed gardener you must know about pollination and which native plants are specifically pollinated by bees or butterflies. There are variety of native plants for different habitats for both bees and butterflies including butterfly host plants.