20 Actions to Make your Garden Pollinator Friendly

Guidelines for how to make gardens pollinator friendly are now available from the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan .

In the document you will find twenty practical, low-cost actions gardeners can take to make their outdoor space a haven for Ireland’s declining bees. The suggested actions for gardeners include: planting pollinator friendly flowers that bloom from March through October, mowing lawns less often to allow wildflowers to bloom and reducing pesticide use in gardens.

Whether you are an experienced gardener or have just a few window boxes, download “Gardens-Actions to help pollinators” to find out how your garden can be a pit stop for hungry bees.

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