How to encourage and feed pollinators in your garden

Before you start planning your garden and making it more attractive to pollinators ask yourself the most important question “Which pollinator do we want to attract?” Each of the pollinators will be attracted to different types of flowers and habitats. At the nursery we focus on four different types of pollinators and below you will find a quick guide for each one.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need different pollinators?2018-03-06T11:11:48+00:00

Not all plants are pollinated by the same type of pollinator. Plants that produce a strong evening scent such as jasmine and honeysuckle rely on moths to pollinate as the other pollinators do not fly much in the evening or at all in the dark. Depending on the shape and form of the flower will also determine which pollinator will visit. 

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