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Top 10 Pollinator Plants

From NEBRASKA PHEASANTS FOREVER In this Habitat Tip, we discuss the Top 10 plants you want in your next pollinator habitat project! Recommended to GGVideos by Benjamin Vogt of Monarch Gardens. Tip: the plants start at 1:24 minutes.

Feeders that Attract Birds to the Garden

By Vine House Farm, a bird food company in the U.K. Have you ever wanted to know how to attract birds to your garden? Our experts at Vinehouse Farm have put together this video to show you what types of bird to expect in your garden and how you can feed them. This video acts …Read more »

Build a Butterfly Garden for Kids

MASSACHUSETTS From horticulturist Dave Epstein of Growing Wisdom. In this episode Dave and Growing Wisdom stop by Garden in the Woods to plant a butterfly garden with Scott and his daughter Lilly. Visit his Youtube Channel for lots more excellent videos.

How to Plant a Pollinator Garden

CHICAGO AREA By Melinda Myers for Milorganite Fertilizer. Published on Feb 23, 2017 Bees, butterflies and other pollinators are responsible for much of the food and beauty we enjoy each day. Learn how you can help create a pollinator habitat in your garden, backyard or balcony. It’s simple, provide the essentials – food, shelter, and water …Read more »

Sunflowers with Bees

WASHINGTON STATE, by Susan  Mulvihill of Susan’s in the Garden Watch the bee activity on around a bed of sunflowers. From Susan Mulvihill, Susan’s in the Garden, SusansintheGarden.com.

Zinnias to Support Pollinators

BELTSVILLE, MARYLAND Marcia van Horn shows and recommends these types of zinnias: State Fair California Giant Yellow Flame Profusion Lilliput Double-bloom or double-flowered zinnias should be avoided if you desire bees and butterflies.

Plants for Butterflies and Pollinators

MISSISSIPPI STATE EXTENSION, with Dr. Gary Bachman Transcript: It’s all the gardening rage to plant flowers to attract butterflies and pollinators to our Mississippi gardens. Here are some of my favorites for the landscape. One of the stars of the butterfly garden has to be Golden Delicious pineapple sage. The foliage is a chartreuse yellow …Read more »

Attracting Pollinators

MIDWEST By nationally known gardening expert, author & TV/radio host Melinda Myers, published January 20, 2016. Add a little extra color, motion and interest to your landscape by attracting birds and butterflies to the garden. Make sure your yard provides all the essentials – food, water, shelter and a place to raise young. And be sure to …Read more »

Designing with California Natives

CALIFORNIA By Lisa Novick for LIFE – Landscape Integrity Films and Education Drought tolerant garden designed for year-round flowers, movement and life, drifts and patchworks, with a swale and sponge garden. © 2015 by Landscape Integrity Films and Education

Wolf Trap’s Wildlife Garden

VIRGINIA Video by Catherine Zimmerman. Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts creates a one acre, diverse, native meadow to foster environmentally responsible stewardship of the land. Watch the process, see the beauty and benefits! A Meadow Project production. Editing- Sandy Cannon Brown Videotakes 

Designing for Birds

SPOKANE, WA Garden columnist Susan Mulvihill shares the landscape design elements of her own garden, and how they evolved. From Susan’s in the Garden. Visit her YouTube channel for more

Wildflower Gardening in Arkansas

U. ARKANSAS EXTENSION With Dr. Jim Robbins, Extension horticulturist. Learn more at the Arkansas Extension website and Youtube channel.