Pollinators for our Gardens

As a somewhat gardener, I’m concerned about how my fruits, vegetables, and flowers are pollinated.  Obviously, without pollination, there won’t be any tomatoes to can, fresh squash to eat, or flowers setting seed for the future.

I read a little every morning from the NY Times that comes to my inbox.  This morning, there’s an article about the importance of honeybees.  It’s an interesting video and text.  Pollinators are much more than bees.  Practically all flying insects or hummingbirds are pollinators.  Take a minute to view/read and then think about what you can do to improve pollination around you.
NY Times: Honey Bees

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  1. mary

     /  August 5, 2015

    Perhaps we need to research the large govt reps we have that continually vote to allow large corporations to contaminate the air? that might help


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